As you can tell, based on our previous beach adventures, we have been visiting some beaches on some windy and cooler days. To be fair, often it is much warmer and even sunny inland, but when you head towards the Fundy Coast, you never know what’s in store. When heading out on any road trip, and especially a beach trip, always dress in layers and pack a sweatshirt!
This beach is such a lovely spot for a relaxing stroll, exploring with the kids, a picnic lunch or just to stop and soak up the fresh sea air.
Discover NB Beaches – Tuft’s Point & Long Beach
The Fundy Trail Pathway extended their car route further along the Fundy coastline to Tuft’s Point (an now, 2018, beyond to Walten Glen Gorge). You enter the park after passing through St. Martin’s NB, and you can read more about the park itself, here in our day tripping feature. The Fundy Trail Parkway is a park that has an entry fee (See rates here)
Day Tripping – Fort Beausejour
Do you like history and exploring historic sites?
Fort Beausejour is one of our favourite day trips in NB. It boasts an historic site to explore, open fields, picnic area and museum. It is a beautiful spot on the top of a ridge near the fundy coastline in Aulac, NB.
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.