On the Water

Sunset Kayaking with Go Fundy Events

(Dominion Park Beach, 3 hours)

Prior to the establishment of Canada’s oldest incorporated city, Saint John, a flourishing Nation existed in the area already. Learn about how they lived along the “beautiful and bountiful river” in balance with nature and how it was integral to their movement around the region and province.

We’ll meet at the beach pre-sunset, taking some time to get you fitted with your gear before your guide goes over safety procedures and basic paddling instruction.

We launch into the lovely South Bay region of the Wolastoq (Saint John River) and follow the shoreline toward Grand Bay under the setting sun. We’ll be stopping along the way at a beach for a small bonfire to enjoy traditional Bannock as well as a smoked sturgeon platter.

Guided Canoe with Osprey Adventures

(Lighthouse river Centre, 90 minutes)

Waterways have always attracted community due to their abundance of resources, and the Kennebecasis river has been criss-crossed by canoe for many generations. Embark on an idyllic and enthralling guided paddle through Hampton’s beautiful waterways. Your 90-minute journey on a majestic, 26-foot Voyageur canoe will transport Indigenous knowledge, both personal and historic. 

We’ll meet at Osprey adventures, located on the lower level of the Lighthouse River Centre in Hampton.   Everyone will be fitted with life jackets and paddles before your guide goes over safety procedures and basic paddling instruction. First Nations Storytellers looks forward to enriching your nature experience with an Indigenous perspective.



First Nations Storytellers recognizes and affirms that we operate on the unceded and unsurrendered ancestral lands of the Wolastoqiyik, Peskotomuhkati and Mi’kmaq, respectively known as Wolastokuk,  Peskotomuhkatik and Mi’kmaki.   These lands are covered by the Treaties of Peace and Friendship first signed with the British Crown in 1725, and then recognized and affirmed by Canada in section 35 of the Constitution Act of 1982.  We invite you to learn about these agreements and how they protect the livelihood and cultural practices of the original inhabitants of this land you call home.