Fundy National Park, New Brunswick
Along with 120 km of trails that take you through cascading waterfalls and sparkling streams, this park is home to the world famous Bay of Fundy tides. With 100-billion tonnes of seawater gushing in and out of the bay twice a day, it makes them the highest tides in the world.
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De la République Provincial Park, New Brunswick
Those looking for a camping adventure have the choice of going rugged or a bit more upscale. This park offers 150 campsites, 100 of which have electricity. Don’t miss the Botanical Gardens either, now in its 20th season.