Hiking & Camping

Come for the Camping, Stay for the Scenery

We think there’s no better place to stay the night than New Brunswick’s great outdoors. 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. Our coastal and inland parks provide a refreshing mix of fresh air, unique character and undeniable beauty. In other words, the perfect spot to rest your head. 

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

Tenting also means you’re that much closer to immersing yourself in all our parks have to offer. All you have to do is step out of your tent, pull on your hiking boots and you have everything you need for a nature hike that’s either rugged and challenging or gentle and serene. You could enjoy a gentle hike with the Edible Forest Walk in Fundy National Park or trek to the summit of Sugarloaf in search of the rare plants and abundance of animals known to inhabit the forest. 

Learn more about camping in New Brunswick.