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de la République Provincial Park

Nestled on the banks of the beautiful Madawaska River, enjoy biking trails, outside theatre, semi-Olympic pool and a recreation program. Wildlife viewing.

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Herring Cove Provincial Park

An island retreat; beach, camping, hiking trails (some of which were used by the Roosevelt family), golf, kayaking, whale-watching and birdwatching.

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Mactaquac Provincial Park

A park showcasing 525 ha (1,300 acres) of outdoor adventure. Play golf, hike, windsurf, camp, kayak, canoe, fish or swim. Wildlife viewing.

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Mount Carleton Provincial Park

The highest peak in the Maritimes. Camping, heritage cabins, fishing, canoeing, beach, wildlife observation and a 62-km (38.5-mi.) hiking trail network.

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Murray Beach Provincial Park

Park has an inviting community seaside campground with a view of the Confederation Bridge. Warm saltwater and sandy beach. Wildlife viewing.

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New River Beach Provincial Park

Campground and park featuring many recreational activities. Picnic area, sandy saltwater beach, volleyball court, playground, coastal nature trails, boardwalk, kayaking and canoeing. Wildlife viewing.


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Parlee Beach Provincial Park

Parlee Beach boasts the warmest salt water in Canada. Supervised, change houses, showers, playground, restaurant, amphitheatre and campgrounds. Wildlife viewing.

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Sugarloaf Provincial Park

Year-round activities; restaurant, lodge and campground. Great ski hill and Atlantic Canada’s only lift-service mountain bike trail and more. Wildlife viewing.

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The Anchorage Provincial Park

With picturesque campground, hiking and cycling trails, you will be able to learn about the geology and the wildlife of the island.

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