Hopewell Cape is a cozy village in the New Brunswick province of Canada. Home to the famous geological formations at Hopewell Rocks, also known as ‘flowerpots’, this hamlet is a tourist magnet. These natural sandstone rocks rise from the ocean floor at the Bay of Fundy and are easily accessible at low tide. At high tide, the water rushes in, making it ideal for kayaking explorations. An interpretive center offers insights into the region’s unique ecology and history. Well-marked walking trails lead to viewing decks that offer splendid vistas of the formations during tide changes. With two sandy beaches at either end of the park, there’s ample opportunity for fun in the sun. The Albert County Museum, showcasing an original gaol and a courthouse, offers a glimpse into the region’s past as a hub of the lumber trade.
Albert County Museum
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