Hopewell Rocks is a natural attraction created from the Bay of Fundy tides and coastal winds in an area of New Brunswick called Hopewell Cape. Over the centuries the extreme coastal weather conditions have carved out 12 to 22 metre high rock formations along the coastline called flowerpots. Viewing times of the flowerpots are only accessible on foot at low tide or by kayak at high ties.
Hopewell Rocks adventures, and activities most enjoyed include sightseeing, walking, kayaking, beachcombing, picnicking, caving, boating, and birding (birdwatching).
It is one of the most popular natural attractions in New Brunswick. The attraction of the flowerpots, the "Holes in the Rocks", and the birds are one thing to see, but to witness the the high tide, which can be as high as 16 metres (52 ft), gives the Hopewell Rocks one of the highest tides in the world!
The more popular highlights, amenities and services located in and around Hopewell Rocks includes a gift shop, restaurant, viewing decks, walking trails, group tours, picnic tables, shelters and an interpretation centre.