When travelling from Saint John to St Martin’s on Route 111, why not venture along the coast via Route 825 and visit a few beaches along the way? McLeod’s Beach is the first of 3 beaches you will come across.
There is no parking, so we pulled off along the side of the road, there are a few spots with a little shoulder. When the tide is out,
This Travel Tuesday (in the Summer of 2017) we spent the day at Fundy National Park. We were seeking a relaxing adventure and time spent together. We had been spending the Summer with my mom in Quispamsis after she suffered a stroke, so we were looking for a little getaway.
Day Trip NB – Fundy Trail Parkway
The Fundy Trail Parkway is the perfect spot for families with any age children. There are hiking, biking and auto routes, making this ideal for anyone to enjoy.
We went and explored a few trails, down to waterfalls, across the suspension bridge and also drove the length of the trail. We also visited the interpretive center at Great Salmon River. My history loving hubby and older son have to read all about everything! We will be headed back this summer to check out the beaches and the extension to the route since we last visited.
Day Trip NB- Hopewell Rocks
Have you ever walked on the Ocean Floor? I am not talking about a beach, we are talking an actual ocean floor. The tides in the Bay of Fundy are the highest tides in the world. Hopewell Rocks, located in Hopewell Cape on Route 114, is the perfect spot to experience the difference between high and low tides. Kayaking around the flowerpot rocks at high tide and walking on the 2 kms of ocean floor when the tide is out.