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Camping, New Brunswick, Canada

Camp Where You Connect to Nature

We think there’s no better place to stay the night than New Brunswick’s great outdoors. 

Our parks offer visitors campgrounds with beautiful surroundings, nearby conveniences and access to unmatched hiking trails. We have everything from Mactaquac’s 300-campsite-facility, complete with a golf course, to secluded campsites at the base of Mount Carleton, the highest peak in the Maritimes. 

Whether you’re looking for a seaside site to pitch a tent or a family-friendly spot to park your RV – we’ve got you covered. 

Experience Parks, New Brunswick, Canada

Unplug and Connect to Nature

If you’ve ever wished that your children would put down the remote, hand-over the gaming control and walk away from their many screens, we’ve got a solution for you! 

We have naturalist leaders at each park so young explorers – and their families – can rediscover the joys of playing outside. Hiking, paddling, skill-building, camping… a world of discovery awaits in New Brunswick’s natural playground! 

There’s always something going on in our Parks so be sure to check out our Facebook page for information about upcoming events and activities.

National Park, New Brunswick Canada

Protected, Preserved … and Fun!

Canada’s National Parks preserve our most precious landscapes, and in New Brunswick, we have 2 very different parks that offer more ways for you to connect to nature. 

Experience the extraordinary force of the highest tides in the world at Fundy National Park. Kouchibouguac National Park stretches along the Acadian Coast and warm saltwater swimming beaches. 

Both parks have great new experiences - Swim with Salmon for Science at Fundy or take the 3-hour Voyageur Canoe expedition at Kouchibouguac to meet some very friendly grey seals!

Provincial Park, New Brunswick Canada

9 Uniquely Different Experiences

From peaceful beachside strolls to heart-pounding wilderness adventures, your vacation options are endless in New Brunswick’s Provincial Parks.

Take in breathtaking views of sunsets and sunrises over the Northumberland Strait at Murray Beach or defy gravity at Sugarloaf where the downhill bike park offers Atlantic Canada’s only lift-service mountain bike trail.

Please check each park’s page for the open and close dates and if you’re planning to camp, book early because everyone wants to experience the great outdoors in New Brunswick!


Say Hello to the Great Outdoors

Our parks are naturally beautiful and full of activities, from adventurous hiking to trekking, watersports to swimming, wildlife viewing and camping. 

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. 

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.

Parks Map, New Brunswick, Canada

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Breathe in the sea air at Herring Cove or New River Beach, go inland to Mactaquac’s 300-campsite-large facility, seek out a secluded campsite at the base of Mount Carleton or trek to the summit at Sugarloaf.

Witness the highest tides in the world at Fundy National Park and spectacular coastline vistas at Kouchibouguac National Park. Be sure to visit the summer vacation home of the American president at Roosevelt Campobello International Park.

Insiders, Parks, Fran, Tourism New Brunswick, Canada

NB Insider

Fran Steeves
Bay of Fundy Buff

My job is like a dream come true. I tell my visitors that maybe I’ll have to get a real job someday and wake up but right now I’m enjoying the moment. I have to come here in the off season just to be close to the ocean.

Tamer of the Tides

Fran loves her job, she talks to people from all over the world who come to witness the power of the Bay of Fundy tides and how they’ve carved out the Hopewell Rocks over the years. You can walk on the ocean floor in the morning and then later in the day, kayak around the flower pot shaped rocks at high tide.

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  • Watch the World's Highest Tides at the Hopewell Rocks

  • Know New Brunswick: How to Kayak the Bay of Fundy Tides

  • Say Hello to the Great Outdoors

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