Need a good excuse to get outta town? We'll give you 12. Whether you choose to hike the Maritimes' highest peak, swim in Canada's warmest salt water or ski down some of the oldest mountains on the planet, New Brunswick Provincial Parks will put you in touch with the best nature has to offer.
Experience the extraordinary force of the highest tides in the world at Fundy National Park and discover spectacular coastline vistas at Kouchibouguac National Park. Not to be missed… a visit to Roosevelt Campobello International Park, the summer vacation home of the American president.
Explore and learn with a variety of interpretive programs, special events and outdoor excursions - the best way to unplug and connect to nature. Planning on camping? Whether you're staying in a tent, RV, cabin or rustic shelter, you'll find a wide range of on-site amenities that bring an added level of convenience to your stay, from clean washrooms and kitchen shelters to camping supply stores, playgrounds, activity centres and more.
Check out our guide to connecting with nature to prepare for your visit. While here, keep an eye out for the interpreters in the green shirts – they’re our Get Outside! NB crew and they’ll make sure you’re making the most of your time in New Brunswick parks!
In honour of Canada 150, entrance to all provincial parks is FREE on Canada Day (July 1) and New Brunswick Day (August 7).