Groups

Planning a group outing for 12 people or more? 

Please contact us at groups@fundytrailparkway.com

  • Complimentary parking facilities on-site
  • Video, historic and cultural interpretation complimentary

Call us and book today or complete this booking form here.

1-866-386-3987

Sample Itineraries

Bay of Fundy Spectacular

This tour takes you to visit the Fundy Trail, offering views of coastal wilderness stretching as far as the eye can see. Enjoy the last undeveloped coastline on the Eastern Seaboard. The Bay of Fundy boasting the world’s highest tides thrill you with breathtaking views of beaches, headlands, vistas, and dramatic plunging cliffs.

A visit to the Big Salmon River Interpretive Centre and learn about life in days-gone-by. Big Salmon River village was an American owned logging community from the end of the 19th century until about 1950. The last owner was the Hearst Family. Take a short walk on our suspension footbridge over Big Salmon River, and view its crystal clear waters.

Drive through the picturesque Village of St. Martins with its two covered bridges and Victorian homes.

  • All walks are classified as easy
  • We recommend good walking shoes or sneakers
  • Bring warm clothing

Tour Option 1

Suggested start time is from Saint John or Sussex.

  • 9 am: Coach leaves Saint John Hotel for St. Martins via Coastal Route 111 (or this same trip can be made in the afternoon on your trip back from Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island. Time frame would be the same.)
  • 10 am: Arrive St. Martins. Stop at the Village of St. Martins Harbour.
  • Photo opportunity to shoot two covered bridges and visit Lighthouse.
  • Visitor Information Centre
  • 10:30 am: Arrive at Fundy Trail Main gate. Step-on Guide
  • Stop #1: Pictures at Melvin’s Beach Lookout: scenic view of Bay of Fundy and Nova Scotia can be seen in the distance.
  • Stop #2: Parking area for photos of Fuller Falls and the three lookouts overlooking Pangburn Beach and Melvin Beach.
  • 11:15 am: Arrive Big Salmon River Interpretive Centre. Reception and interpretation of murals, artifacts and a video on the history and cultural American owned logging community.
  • 11:45 am: A short walk down the hill to the Big Salmon River Suspension Footbridge for an excellent photo opportunity. A look at the Salmon Pools and the 500 million-year-old Precambrian rocks.
  • 12 Noon: Depart Big Salmon River Interpretive Centre.

Tour Option 2

Suggested start time is from Saint John or Sussex.

  • 8:30 am: Coach leaves Saint John Hotel for St. Martins via Coastal Route 111 (or this same trip can be made in the afternoon on your trip back from Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island. Time frame would be the same).
  • 9:30 am: Visit the Quaco Museum for a quick tour and learn about St. Martins shipbuilding history.
  • 10:15 am: Arrive at Fundy Trail Main gate. Step-on Guide
  • 10:20am: Arrive Big Salmon River Interpretive Centre. Reception and interpretation of murals and artifacts.
  • 10:45 am: Travel out to Long Beach. Learn about the world’s highest (and lowest) tides. Explore an incredible tidal beach.
  • 11:30 am: Depart Long Beach and Fundy Trail Parkway.