Fundy National Park

Horseback riders on beach, Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada (© All Canada Photos/SuperStock)While the Bay of Fundy is famed for the world’s greatest tidal flux — 17 meters (55.8 feet) — it is also an exceptionally beautiful body of water on the Atlantic coast of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Fundy National Park embraces saltwater shoreline, rocky headlands, inland forest and waterfalls, and a tantalizing array of recreation amenities. There is a heated saltwater swimming pool, a golf course, several lakes, tennis courts, campgrounds and yurts for overnight visitors — even a lawn bowling venue.

Text by Eric Lucas; photo editing by Connie Ricca.

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