One of the most welcome aspects of spring is all the extra daylight for spending time outside and in nature. What better place to take advantage of those extra daylight hours than a national park?
A park of rivers, Fundy is a great place to feel the power of nature as the Point Wolfe and Upper Salmon rivers race to meet the Bay. Springtime rivers have much higher water levels and flow much faster than usual, so make sure to practice caution as you explore. Higher water levels make waterfalls even more spectacular than usual this time of year. Add Dickson Falls to your May bucket list!
Make sure to check with Park staff at the Visitor Centre or call 887-6000 for trail conditions and information on road closures.
Kat Hallett is the Community Engagement Coordinator at the Friends of Fundy/Fundy Guild Inc. The Friends of Fundy work to increase public awareness & enjoyment of the natural & cultural heritage of Fundy National Park & surrounding communities.