Fundy National Park lies on the shores of Chignecto Bay, an inlet the Bay of Fundy. The name “Chignecto” is derived from the Mi’gmaq word Siknikt, meaning “a place where the water drains.”

All trails are shared between hikers and cyclists. Cyclists must yield to hikers and make each pass a safe and courteous one. The pump track is reserved to cyclists only.

The Chignecto Pavilion has washrooms, showers, a picnic shelter, and a bicycle wash station. A bicycle rental service is available nearby.

Inside view of the picnic tables
Sitting area and kitchen
Inside view of the stoves and prep station
Wood stoves and cooking area
Outside view showing a father and his son making repairs or adjustments on a bicycle
Bicycle wash/repair station

Consult our List of trails to find out which trails allow mountain biking in the park.

Calendar of events

Activities and events organized by the Park and its partners are held here such as interpretive campfires and astronomy programs. Please refer to our Calendar of events for a complete list of activities, tours, and events happening throughout the year.