Route 114 runs through the center of Fundy National Park. If you're coming from the west, follow the prominent national park signs just east of Sussex. If you're coming from Prince Edward Island or Nova Scotia, head southward on Route 114 from Moncton.
The park's main Visitor Centre (tel. 506/887-6000) is located just inside the Alma (eastern) entrance to the park. The stone building is open daily during peak season from 8am to 10pm, and until 4:30pm the rest of the year. You can watch a video presentation, peruse a handful of exhibits on wildlife and tides, and shop at the nicely stocked nature bookstore. The smaller Wolfe Lake Information Centre (tel. 506/432-6026) is at the park's western entrance; it's open until 6pm daily, from late June through late August.
The small town of Alma also maintains a seasonal information center at 8584 Main St. (tel. 506/887-6127), open from late spring through September.
Park entry fees are charged from mid-May to mid-October. The fee is C$7.80 adults, C$6.80 seniors, C$3.90 children ages 6 to 16, and C$19.60 families. Seasonal and annual passes are also available.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.