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Fundy Trail Parkway, New Brunswick

   The Fundy Trail Parkway is a seasonal, multi-use coastal access network including, a low speed roadway with scenic lookouts, a pedestrian/bicycle trail, footpaths to beaches and river estuaries and an Interpretive Centre at Big Salmon River. The Centre and many of the lookout facilities are acceptable for people who use wheelchairs.

   La route d'accès du sentier Fundy, un réseau saisonnier à usages multiples donnant accès à la côte, comprend, un chemin à circulation lente jalonné de belvédères, un sentier pour piétons et vélos, des sentiers piétons vers les plages et estuaires et un centre d'interprétation à la rivière Big Salmon. Le Centre et de nombreaux belvédères sont accessibles aux fauteuils roulants.

   The first Phase of the Parkway which is now open to the public is located on the Bay of Fundy about -10 km east of St. Martins. Access is provided from Routes 1 and 2 by means of connections along the Fundy Coastal Drive. This drive along Route 825 and 111 provides access through St. Martins via linkages to Saint John and Sussex.

   Le premier tronçon, maintenant ouvert au public, est situé sur la Baie de Fundy, à environ 10 km à l'est de St. Martins. On y accède par les routes 1 ou 2, qui rejoignent la Route du littoral de Fundy. De Saint John et de Sussex, on peut prendre la 825 ou la 111 en passant par St. Martins.

   Future development will include a bridge over the Big Salmon River with direct linkages to Sussex and Fundy National Park as well as additional linkages to scenic coastal lookouts at Long Beach and Seely Beach. Extensive expansion of the trail and footpath networks is included along with limited wilderness campsite development.

   Les prochains aménagements comprendront un pont sur la riviére Big Salmon avec des liens directs vers Sussex et le Parc national Fundy, et d'autres liens vers des belvédères côtiers aux plages Long et Seely. On étendra aussi les réseaux de sentiers et on aménagera un nombre restreint d'emplacements de camping sauvage.

  • Open/Close Dates: Mid-May to Mid-October
  • Hours: From 6:00 am until dusk.
  • Rates: Adults $3 + hst Children 12 & under $2 + hst Family $10 + hst
  • $30.00 / season pass (HST included)
  • Group Rate $2.50 (hst included)
  • Multi-Day Permit $12 (any two days during season)
  • Free / School tours accompagnied by school officials
  • No charge for bicycles.
  • Phone #: 506 833-2019 / 1 866 FundyTrail
  • Fax: 506 833-2028
  • E-mail:
  • Website:
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: The Interpretive Center, many of our Lookout facilities and the washrooms are accessible for people who use wheelchairs.

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