You won’t see many floating docks in the Bay of Fundy, like you do on the Pacific Coast of North America.
The reason why is really quite simple … low tide in harbours along the Bay of Fundy means no tide at all. You can actually stand on the ocean floor. So you can’t use floating docks. Such a place is Hall’s Harbour, west of Cape Split on the Nova Scotia side of the Bay of Fundy.
Fishing boats, pine trees, sea breezes, and soaring seagulls complete the scene. And if you don’t know what to do with that bright red lobster when it appears in front of you, the staff are more than willing to help you with the intricacies of eating a whole lobster. Of course, you will be provided with a bib and lots of napkins. If lobster isn’t your thing, there’s an extensive menu which includes clams, scallops, haddock, and other seafood as well as burgers and hot dogs.
For more information, visit: http://www.hallsharbour.org which will provide further links to Hall’s Harbour and the area.