Mactaquac Provincial Park

Mactaquac Provincial Park Beaver Pond, New Brunswick Canada
Camping at Mactaquac Provincial Park, New Brunswick Canada
Mactaquac Provincial Park Beach, New Brunswick Canada
Golfing at Mactaquac Provincial Park Golf course, New Brunswick Canada
Sliding at Mactaquac Provincial Park, New Brunswick  Canada

The Four-Season Playground

Mactaquac Provincial Park is a broad woodland and recreation complex along the scenic Saint John River in New Brunswick. You’ll find a variety of outdoor activities throughout the year in this riverside playground. Discover the beauty of this 525-ha (1,300-acre) masterpiece along one of the many walking trails (one of which is wheelchair accessible), and enjoy interpretive walks through our pristine beaver pond nature reserve. Or take the fun to new heights with TreeGO Mactaquac Aerial Adventure.

Stay awhile at the Mactaquac Provincial Park campground with over 300 campsites to choose from. While you’re there, take a dip in the Park’s freshwater beaches or tee-up at the Mactaquac Golf Course. Bringing the whole family? Mactaquac’s recreation centre provides entertainment that’ll keep the kids busy. There’s always something to celebrate in the Park, so keep your eye out for upcoming family-friendly events below. The Clubhouse is also home to MOCO Kitchen. With beautiful views and casual fine dining featuring local ingredients, the restaurant is great for a quick bite out with friends, a nice meal with the family, or the perfect date night.

Mactaquac is also home to two marina’s, the Mactaquac Power Boat Marina and the York Centennial Sailboat Marina.

Please note that all park events are weather-dependent. Should you have any questions, please call the park prior to your arrival.

For a listing of park entrance and camping fees, please click here.

Open year-round

Mactaquac Provincial Park

Telephone (Toll-free)
1256 Route 105
Telephone (Office)
$10 - $90
Open Year-Round
Mactaquac Provincial Park Campground, New Brunswick Canada


Mactaquac Provincial Park’s campground provides more than 300 campsites in both open and wooded areas...

Mactaquac Provincial Park’s campground provides more than 300 campsites in both open and wooded areas (2 of which are wheelchair accessible) and features laundry facilities, hot showers and kitchen shelters. The recreation centre provides children’s entertainment and activities. The campers’ store is convenient to stock up on groceries, propane, firewood and snacks.

Download the Mactaquac Provincial Park campground map

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Telephone (Toll-free)
1256 Route 105
Telephone (Office)
$28 - $43
2018-05-18 - 2018-10-08
303 Sites
Activity Centre
Beach Nearby
Dumping Station for Trailers
Pet Friendly
Pull Through Sites
Serviced Sites
Unserviced Sites
Beach at Mactaquac Provincial Park, New Brunswick  Canada


Mactaquac Provincial Park’s freshwater lifeguarded beaches are a perfect place for a picnic, to relax in the sun and splash away in the water with your children...

Mactaquac Provincial Park’s freshwater lifeguarded beaches are a perfect place for a picnic, to relax in the sun and splash away in the water with your children. For the adventure-inclined, windsurfing, canoeing and fishing can all be enjoyed in the park’s waters. The main beach is supervised from July to Labour Day weekend. It has change houses, washrooms, parking, food service, campground, showers and picnic areas. Pets are not allowed on the beach, but they are (on a leash) in the rest of the park.

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Mactaquac Provincial Park Golf Course, New Brunswick Canada

Mactaquac golf Course

Mactaquac Golf Course is located within the park’s boundaries and features...

Mactaquac Golf Course is located within the park’s boundaries and features a beautiful 18-hole championship course, including golf carts, driving range, putting green, club rental, golf pros, lessons and beverage cart. Mactaquac Lodge offers a canteen and a popular dining room with licensed lounge, locker rooms, showers and pro shop. 

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Telephone (Toll-free)
1265 Route 105
Telephone (Office)
$36 - $55
2018-04-26 - 2018-11-04
Snowshoeing at Mactaquac Provincial Park, New Brunswick  Canada


The fun doesn’t stop once summer is over at...

The fun doesn’t stop once summer is over at Mactaquac Provincial Park. The park is open admission-free in the winter so you can enjoy several outdoor activities, relax in the warm, welcoming lodge and have a bite to eat at MOCO Kitchen.

Grab a toboggan and zip down one of the 2 groomed sledding hills (Top 10 in Canada). Skate around a .4 hectare (1-acre) pond, cross-country ski on 7 km of groomed trails (classic and skate ski) or snowshoe at various locations in the park. Complimentary cross-country skis and snowshoes are available courtesy of the Friends of Mactaquac (first come, first served). Winter walkers can follow a well-maintained trail that begins at the park's main gate and continues through Campground 1. Leashed dogs are welcome. You can even take a horse-drawn sleigh ride for a magical winter treat (reservations required, 506-328-7030).

The park is open daily from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. (4 p.m. Monday-Tuesday) throughout the winter. The sliding hills and skating pond are lit nightly until closing. Call ahead for weather conditions prior to cross-country skiing, ice skating, tobogganing or winter camping.

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Upcoming Events


Beaver Pond Tours

Daily by reservation | Kids of all ages can experience the ultimate interactive nature experience. Go critter dipping, plant flowers, make pine cone bird feeders and explore park trails. Call to book: 506-363-4747

Canada Day

July 1 | Happy Birthday Canada! Join in the festivities to celebrate Canada Day in New Brunswick’s provincial parks. Call the park directly for the day’s schedule of fun.



Canada’s Parks Day

July 21 | All parks play a vital role in maintaining healthy and resilient ecosystems, protecting critical habitat and contributing to our wellbeing. Celebrate the importance of New Brunswick parks. Learn more

New Brunswick Day

August 6 | On the first Monday in August, New Brunswick parks proudly celebrate our provincial holiday. Join in the festivities that highlight the natural and cultural diversity that makes this province unique. Learn more


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