Discover Nova Scotia's Fundy Shore
Top Fundy Shore Experiences
- Coastal hiking at Cape Chignecto Provincial Park in Advocate Harbour.
- Walking on the ocean floor at low tide at Burntcoat Head Park in Noel. (Please note the park is closed until Spring 2016 during construction of new park facilities.)
- Tidal Bore rafting on the Shubenacadie River.
- Sea kayaking at Advocate Harbour with NovaShores Adventures.
- Visit the 300 foot sea cliffs overlooking the world’s highest tides at Five Islands Provincial Park in Lower Five Islands.
- Find fossils at low tide when you visit the Joggins Fossil Cliffs UNESCO World Heritage Site in Joggins.
Bay of Fundy Tide Times
A visit to Nova Scotia is not complete without witnessing the incredible tides of the Bay of Fundy. Each day, twice a day, 160 billion tonnes of seawater flow in and out of it, creating one-of-a-kind adventures that literally can't be had any place else on earth! Looking to witness the tidal bore rolling in or experience the dramatic tides?
Visit our Bay of Fundy Tides page to view tide times and information on where the best place to watch are located.
Don’t Miss Experiences
- Walk where the dinosaurs roamed, Fundy Geological Museum, Parrsboro.
- Visit the world’s most complete “Coal Age” fossil record, Joggins Fossil Cliffs and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Joggins.
- Visit Sable Island ponies at Shubenacadie Provincial Wildlife Park, Stewiacke.
- Discover Mi’kmaw heritage and legends at the Millbrook Cultural & Heritage Centre in Millbrook, near Truro.
- Record a duet with Anne Murray, Anne Murray Centre, Springhill.
- Partridge Island in Parrsboro may be called an island but it is actually a peninsula... and it offers incredible panoramic views from the beach and has a great hiking trail and lookoff on the “island” itself.
- Climb to the top of the Walton Lighthouse in Walton for a panoramic view of the Minas Basin and the world’s highest tides. Trail and picnic area on site.
- Springhill Miners’ Museum, Springhill
- Age of Sail Heritage Centre, Port Greville
- Debert Military Museum, Debert
- Colchester Historeum, Truro
- Mastodon Ridge, Stewiacke
- Watson Smith & Sons Tinsmith Shop and Hardware Store Museum, Shubenacadie
- Lawrence House Museum, Maitland
Fundy Shore Communities
Walk where Mi’kmaq cultural legend Glooscap is said to have controlled the tides with his magic, and hike where the dinosaurs once roamed.