Hopewell Rock Park is located on the east coast of New Brunswick, where thousands of years of wave erosion have carved out unique rock formations. These sandstone formations are known as "Flowerpot Rocks" because of their rounded appearance and vegetated tops. These rocks provide unique visible marks of the world's highest tides. Hopewell Rocks Park also has two sandy beaches for sunbathing and numerous hiking trails.
With some of the highest tides in the world, Fundy National Park is a true paradise for outdoor adventurers. 75 miles of walking and hiking trails take you through mountains, through canyons, within forests, and passing by waterfalls. Renting a kayak or canoe to freely paddle or drift through the beautiful Bennett Lake is also a relaxing sightseeing experience.
Campobello Island, located in New Brunswick, was once one of former US President Franklin Roosevelt’s favorite summer resorts. Here, you can visit the president's summer residence, a beautiful 34-room establishment, participate in the "Eleanor Tea Party" for a mixture of history and refreshments, and interact with local professionals to obtain a deeper understanding of Eleanor Roosevelt's life on Campobello Island. If the outdoors is more your thing, enjoy the park's 2,800 acres of swamps, forests, and shores.