A Moonlight Ski
February 2, 6:30 pm – 9 pm | Venture out on perfectly groomed cross-country trails after dark for a guided ski led by the light of the moon and stars. A limited number of skis will be available for use. Learn more: 506-363-4747
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.
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.
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.
Explore the unique habitats of the Saint John River valley as you hike through Mactaquac Provincial Park.
Explore the unique habitats of the Saint John River valley as you hike through Mactaquac Provincial Park. Interpretative signs give you insight into the lives of residents like beavers, frogs, birds, and hardwoods. When you’ve worked up a good appetite from all your adventures, stop in at MOCO Kitchen, the on-site restaurant.
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. Fat bikes are available for rent at the park, and 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). If you’re a camper, there’s no need to hang up your camping gear just yet! Enjoy the park camping experience all year round, even in winter ($10 nightly fee; reservations required). Snowmobile enthusiasts can ride to and in the park on safe, groomed trails.
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.