The annual Rising Tide Festival in Fundy National Park is a summer highlight for many. On the coast of the Bay of Fundy and home to the highest tides in the world, Fundy National Park is an extraordinary setting to take in live outdoor music. Local festival-goers and tourists from all over Canada and beyond delight in this unique opportunity to connect with nature while enjoying musical performances by Anglophone, Francophone and First Nations musicians from Atlantic Canada.
Wondering what's going on in Fundy National Park this July? Check out the following calendar of events.
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Throughout 2017, Parks Canada is hosting BioBlitz events across the country in support of BioBlitz Canada 150, a Canadian Heritage signature Canada 150 initiative led by the Canadian Wildlife Foundation. BioBlitzes are fun and educational activities that let families team up with scientists to discover plant and animal species and contribute to their protection.
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As the first snow begins to fly, we are pleased to inform you that Fundy National Park will be offering a Canada 150 Celebratory Winter Experience to kick off the year 2017: the 150th Anniversary of Confederation!
The construction of two new playgrounds at the Chignecto campground in Fundy National Park are now completed.
Starting on Friday, May 20th, Fundy National Park will welcome visitors for the 2016 season.
This year, Parks Canada is continuing to improve its visitor offer with even more innovative and educational events and activities as well as new investments in visitor facilities. At Fundy National Park, Parks Canada is introducing the new Salt and Fir Centre, making 2016 the perfect time to celebrate your next life event while learning more about Canada’s rich cultural and natural heritage.
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