Hopewell Rocks Flower Pots New Brunswick Canada
People walk around exploring the Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick, Canada also known as the Flowerpot Rocks in Hopewell Cape.
The Bay of Fundy Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick (also known as the Flowerpot Rocks) draws crowds to watch as the tides go out and come in.
It's a good idea to look at the tide tables for the Hopewell Rocks which can be found on their website at Hopewell Rocks.
The amazing Bay of Fundy tides coming in and out of the Hopewell Rocks can be as high as 52 feet which makes them the highest average tides in the world!
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At low tide, you can see how far back the water retreats out into the bay and at high tide, amazingly the waves come in all the way to the wall.
This tidal movement from low to high tide in the Hopewell Cape takes a little over 6 hours and if you walk the entire stretch and have lunch, you can easily see both tides at their highest and lowest.
Nearby the Hopewell Rocks, motels can be found within minutes with the nearby communities being Hopewell Cape, Hillsborough, Riverside-Albert / Shepody. Also, within 40 minutes driving distance is Alma and Fundy National Park.