National Parks / Natural World
Hopewell Rocks Hopewell Cape
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by Anita Rao
I visited the park in August during my stay at Fundy National Park. It is the truly one of the most amazing thing on earth when you see the big difference between the high tide and the low tide. If you have time, make sure to come to the park at both high tide and low tide. Walking on the ocean floor during low tide is an unforgettable experience.
by Nat Miller
Had a wonderful time at Hopewell Rocks, the park is laid out well, staff were extremely helpful & friendly and of course the sights cannot be beat!
by Philip Reid
I'm dissapointed that this is private and no longer provincially run. It's become more touristy over the years, but as a 'local' I still can very much appreciate the scenery and easily visible forces of nature that we can very much take for granted. Take pictures. Wear boots. Plan for low tide.
by Patti Thomas
One of the most amazing wonders of life must see. We went on August 31, it was a little colder than i thought it would be, bring an extra hoodie type jacket. Don't miss this.
by Kunal Vyas
We went for kayaking during the high tides and it was a wonderful experience. The crew was professional and helped those interested around the rocks while kayaking.
The national park, besides kayaking, is OK. Not big enough to spend hours, except that you will still have to for viewing the difference in high as well as low tides.
Walk on the ocean floor in great experience but ensure you arrive on correct time not to miss the low tide timings.