Our local people rely on our lobster and scallop fishing, and tourism is an integral part of our survival. Our beaches are full of ancient history and the fossils reveal a lot of stories which you can collect. Alma is not just for the summer - snowmobilers love our hidden and winding trails which supply spectacular views. We are in a unique scenic location where you can witness the constant changes of the tides.
Visit our attractions for a close up encounter. For your convenience, our small village provides two large lobster and scallop retail outlets, two motels, one hotel, a service station, a church, camping facilities, liquor retail, and two grocery stores, several restaurants with menus that reflect the Bay of Fundy's offerings, B&B and Inn accommodations, cottages and trailer hook-ups as well as Chalets.
The village is famous for baked goods, a very eclectic book store, and gift shops. You will never get tired of this area with so many attractions and activities close at hand, there is sea kayaking, swimming in a seawater pool nearby, and of course the many hiking opportunities. Our constant summer guests are the hummingbirds - the bay is the most traveled migration route for so many bird species that you do not want to leave your cameras and binoculars at home.
Come to Alma and we will show you the magnificent Bay of Fundy!