Interactive Map

Please scroll down the page for a full list of Geosites. Click the listing to find out more. NOTE: This map is interactive. Please zoom in on areas and click on icons to see more, or scroll the list alphabetically. You can customize what is visible on the map by clicking the boxes beside each layer in the list (Accommodation, Museums, Rest Stops, etc) which will add and remove those categories from view. You may also customize your base map to see satellite, topographic or road map view. See bottom of list menu. Links will be in descriptions to relevant resources and websites for our Geosites and Geopark Partners. Please be careful and pay attention to important safety messages posted at sites. It is important you stay back one school bus (~10 meters) from the edges of all cliffs, and always review tide times which can be found at https://fundydiscovery.ca/tides-tidal-bores/

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Our thoughts are with everyone dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona. Please stay safe during the cleanup and dealing with power lines! ... See MoreSee Less
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Hoping everyone along the shore, and across the province, stays safe and dry this weekend❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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There is no better way to tour an amazing place than to experience a Global Geopark!GEOPARKS CELEBRATE THE INTERNATIONAL TOURISM DAY 2022 27th SEPTEMBERRethink TourismUNESCO Global Geoparks – Sustainable Tourism destinationsglobalgeoparksnetwork.org/?p=6932&fbclid=IwAR2yWAjj_qj8UFgq7a_qLeJCEX-JddwPx63L3y16raaAAm2al6Wahd...#WorldTourismDay #WorldTourismDay2022 #RethinkTourism #INTERNATIONALTOURISMDAY #SustainableTourismDestinations #UNESCOGlobalGeoparks #GlobalGeoparksNetwork #GGN ... See MoreSee Less
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Our interim Executive Director Dr. John Calder will be presenting an invited lecture via Zoom to the 1st UNESCO Global Geoparks Youth Forum in Bali, Indonesia, on the subject of climate change, drawing on his experience teaching the subject for 15 years at Saint Mary’s University. ... See MoreSee Less
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What is a Geopark?

A Geopark is a designation that attracts tourists wishing to explore the connections between geology, local communities, culture, and nature. Geoparks are designed to promote tourism and celebrate a region’s uniqueness, and do not prohibit any land use.