Say Hello to the Great Outdoors
You’ll love our parks. Although each one is unique – from Fundy National Park to Sugarloaf to Mactaquac – they all have something special in common. Our parks are naturally beautiful and full of activities, from adventurous hiking and watersports to swimming, wildlife viewing and camping.
Provincial Parks – Each of New Brunswick’s 9 provincial parks offers a uniquely different experience, from the highest peak in the Maritimes to warm saltwater swimming and fascinating natural wonders.
Summer 2013 open and close dates:
● The Anchorage: June 7 to September 2;
● Herring Cove: May 31 to September 29;
● New River: May 17 to September 22;
● Sugarloaf: May 17 to September 29;
● De la République: May 31 to September 2;
● Parlee Beach: May 31 to September 2;
● Murray Beach: May 31 to September 8;
● Mactaquac: May 17 to September 29; and
● Mount Carleton: May 15 to September 2.
National Parks – Experience the extraordinary force of the highest tides in the world at Fundy National Park and discover spectacular coastline vistas at Kouchibouguac National Park. The ultimate destinations for your next travel adventure!
International Park – Hop on the ferry to Campobello Island and visit American president Franklin D. Roosevelt’s former vacation home. Lighthouses, trails and afternoon tea awaits at Roosevelt Campobello International Park.
Looking for something a little different? Our municipal, ecological, heritage and nature parks are less extensive but just as much fun. Plan a visit and you'll find everything from boat tours to wetland adventures, lobster dinners and a whole lot more.
TreeGo is an adult/youth aerial adventure in Mactaquac; a challenging and exhilarating activity as you move from one course to another.