Fundy Coast Drive

The world's highest tides on the Canadian Fundy Coast Drive

New Brunswick's Fundy Coast Drive (or Fundy Coast Drive) is the name of a scenic drive stretching along the entire southern shore of New Brunswick, in Canada.

What is the Fundy Coastal Drive?

Routes 114 and 111 are collectively dubbed the Fundy Coastal Drive. The Bay of Fundy is one of the natural wonders of the world, and the journey puts you in the middle of all its awesomeness.

How long is the Fundy Coastal Drive?

The road is totally paved. It's 460 km (286 miles) long passing through quaint coastal villages along the way. The journey extends from the Canada/US border crossing at St. Stephen to Sackville, near the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border.

How long does it take to drive the Fundy Coastal Drive?

To drive the road without stopping will take most people between 4 and 5 hours, but it takes longer to really appreciate the remarkable geological formations, scenic coves, lighthouses, and beaches along the way. The entire drive is one of New Brunswick's most traveled routes. This summertime adventure is famous for the spectacular Bay of Fundy, featuring the highest tides in the world. Watch for whales breaching off the coast, discover fossil-filled mudflats and play on coastal islands.

 

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