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Camping Near Bay of Fundy

Enjoy the spirit of adventure!
Chaitrali Datar
A relatively unexplored territory of the world, the BAY OF FUNDY offers never seen before spectacular views.
  • It is considered as one of the seven wonders of America.
  • It has the rarest of natural flora and fauna and home to semi-precious minerals, and dinosaur fossils.
Most importantly, it is well-known for its high-tides, which are found no where else in the world.
It lies between Canada's Nova Scotia and New Brunswick provinces which touch up to the US state of Maine.
However it is more than just the tides and seas. It is also a well-known camping ground with numerous camping trails.
We take a look.
Fundy Trail Campground and Cottages
Offering scenic views of the Bay, it is situated in Delaps Cove and offers exceptional views of the shore, sunset and beach.
Top Activities to Do
  • Fishing and Hiking (top-rated).
  • Delaps Cove Wilderness Trail.
  • Swimming.
  • Fireworks on Saturdays (4th of July every yr to Aug).
  • Arcade games and Pool table.
It is perfect for a family with kids as it has a playground with an area for playing in the mud.
  • Annapolis Royal Historic Garden.
  • Annapolis Golf Course.
  • Fort Anne National Historic¬†Site (Nova Scotia).
  • Farmers Markets.
Top Attractions
You have the option of staying either in cottages or a camping site. Both are equally recommended with top amenities.
However you have to book early to avail a cottage.
Century Farm Family Campground
This campground offers exceptional views of the sea and the sea caves. It has got a plethora of adventurous activities to indulge in.
Top Activities to Do
  • Bird Watching.
  • Star Gazing (Astronomy).
  • Visit the Geology Museum.
  • Hiking.
  • Boating.
  • Visit the St. Martin's Baptist Church.
Top Attractions
  • There are around 5 sea-caves here which will lead you to beautiful lighthouses. Do explore.
  • Covered bridges for a good walk.
  • Amazing sea-food restaurants.
There are regular camp tent options for accommodation or cabin options in Century.
Towering over the shores of the Minas Basin, the Blomidon Provincial Park is famous for the its high rise cliffs and abundant wildlife.
Blomidon Provincial Park
Top Activities to Do
  • Kayaking, Canoeing
  • Whale Watching
  • Cycling
  • Beachcombing
  • Animal Photography
Top Attractions
  • Scots Bay
  • Blomidon Provincial Park
  • Grand Pre National Historic Site.
  • The Campground offers open/partially wooded/completely wooded sites with all the amenities.
  • Group bookings are also available.
Old Shipyard Campground
Formerly a ship-building yard, this was transformed into a beach campground in the 90's. It offers you direct views of the beach and is at a walk-able distance.
If you want to just relax and the enjoy in the lap of nature, then this is the perfect campground for you!
It is extremely well-known for its beach views as all the campsites have an unobstructed view of the turquoise waters!
  • All the cottages are fully-air conditioned with all the top amenities to give you a comfortable stay.
A Campfire in Progress
Cannon Town Campground
A relatively newer campground, it is situated right in the woods, with the views of the Bay.
Top Activities
  • Play Area for kids.
  • Golf Course.
  • Plenty of Walk around areas around the campground.
Cannon town Campground is the perfect place for hiking among the greenery as it has numerous trails.
The Campground includes 30 serviced sites including RV camping and tent camping and includes all the basic amenities.
Camping Checklist
  • Good Hiking Shoes.
  • Mosquito Repellents.
  • Essential Medicines.
  • Do check with the Pet Policy of each campground.
  • Good sleeping bags and relevant camping clothes.
Safety Precautions to Ensure while Camping in Bay of Fundy...
  • While traveling through the park especially at dawn or dusk, beware of any deer or moose crossing the highway.
  • Obey the speed post limit signs.
  • Reduce the speed on sharp turns around the hills.
  • Follow the marked trails always.
  • Always be prepared for the changing weather.
  • Call 911 in case of emergency.¬†