My wife, our son and I love living in Moncton, New Brunswick. New Brunswick is a lot of fun and the fishing is great too.
Over the 30 years since I moved to New Brunswick we’ve spent a lot of time on the Fundy Bay coast. We tend to enjoy it a lot more at low tide and love walking the beaches to see what the ocean left behind.
Even though our son has grown into a 25 year old man he still loves the Bay of Fundy. However now he spend more time with his friends than with us.
I watched this video this morning, as it was raining cats and dogs outside so I was kinda stuck indoors. It’s gives you an idea of just how much water flows in and out of the Bay of Fundy each and every day.
That was a great little video but I also found another video about the Bay of Fundy which is kinda cool. Enjoy
Our Favourite Spots On Fundy Bay
We have a few favourite places to go along Fundy Bay. 1. Fundy Park, 2. Hopewell Cape Rocks
Over the past 25 years we have walked a lot of miles along the Fundy coast line. In Fundy Park we would camp and enjoy the trails but I think the most fun we have is when the tides out and we can look through all the little pools. You never know what you’re going to find swimming in those pools.
You do have to pay attention though as the tide can sneak up on you and that can become dangerous in a hurry.
The Hopewell Cape Rocks are definitely a special treat. I never get tired of them. Some how they always bring the kid out of me.
- Bay of Fundy Rock Hounding: Where Continents Collide! (travelasiseeit.com)
- New Brunswick – Never a Dull Moment for Kids on a New Brunswick Vacation (travelasiseeit.com)
- New Brunswick, Canada – A Glimpse of All Four Seasons! (travelasiseeit.com)
- St. Andrews By The Sea (travelasiseeit.com)
- Canada Day 2011, Moncton New Brunswick (travelasiseeit.com)
- New Brunswick Canada, Covered Bridge Capital of The World (travelasiseeit.com)