Campground Name: Anchorage

Park or Managed Land: Anchorage Provincial Park
Nearest Town:
Grand Manan
Region:
Fundy Coastal Drive, Southwest
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(506) 662-7022
Total Number of Sites:
100
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Restaurant:
No
Phone Reservations:

Official Website: New Brunswick Provincial Parks
Access:
Head south from the 1 just east of St.George to pick up the ferry at Black's Harbour. The ferry takes cars or foot passangers to the island. From the ferry terminus head south on route 774 passed Grand Harbour and watch for the turn off for the park.
Province:
Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
The park has hiking trails and the waters around the island are excellent for sea kayaking. There is a group camping area available, inquire with the park for details. The park has firewood and a trailer dump.

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Campground Name: Armstrong Brook

Park or Managed Land: Mount Carleton Provincial Park
Nearest City, Town or Center:
Saint Quetin
Region:
Appalachian Range Route, Central Northern
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(506) 235-0793 1-800-561-0123
Total Number of Sites:
88
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Restaurant:

Trailer Dump:
Official Website:
New Brunswick Provincial Parks
Access:
The park is located in thenorth of New Brunswick in theAppalachian Range Region. From Cambellton take the 17 west to justnorth of Saint-Quentin, where you canpick up the 180 heading east. Watch for the cut off to the 385. FromEdmunston follow the 2 south to the218 passed Grand Falls, then connect to the 108, then the 385 headingnortheast. From Bathhurst follow the180 west. From Fredericton follow the 2 north to the 218 and follow the directions above forEdmunston. The park is about 2-3 hours from Bathhurst, Cambellton or Edmundston.
Out-There's Mount Carleton Provincial Park
Province:
Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
The park also has two walk in camping areas with 8 sites each as well as a four site wilderness camping area high up Mount Carleton.

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Campground Name: Chignecto

Park or Managed Land: Fundy National Park
Nearest City, Town or Center:
Alma
Region:
Fundy Coastal Drive, Southeastern
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(902)535-2032
Total Number of Sites:
256
Serviced Sites:
Yes
Swimming:
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Restaurant:
Phone Reservations:
Official Website:
Parks Canada
Access:
The park is located near the village of Alma on Provincial Highway 114 in the southern region of New Brunswick on the Bay of Fundy. From Moncton take the 114 to Alma or the 2 to the 114. From St. John take the 2 to the 114 into the the park. From Fredericton take the 2 to the 114. The park is approximately 80km from Moncton.
Out-There' Fundy National Park
Province:
Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
The park has four front country camp grounds and a group camping area. Backpackers can take advantage of the innumerable wilderness campsites in the park. In the southwest the park trail system connects into one of the most beautiful (don't forget difficult) long distance, coastal trails in Canada, the Fundy Footpath. In the northwest the park has a link to another long distance trail, the Dobson.

 

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Campground Name: Cote-a-Fabien

Park or Managed Land: Kouchibouguac National Park
Nearest City, Town or Center: Richibucto
Region:
Richibucto, Central Eastern, Acadian Coastal Drive
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(506) 876-2443
Total Number of Sites:
32
Serviced Sites:
None
Swimming:
No
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No
Laundromat:
No
Restaurant:
No
Official Website: Parks Canada
Access:
Located in Kent County, one hour north of Moncton. From Moncton takthe 15 to Shediac and then either Hwy. 11 heading north, or the more scenic Rte. 134From the north take the 8 from Bathurst to Miramichi then the 11.
Out-There's Kouchibouguac National Park
Province:
Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
There are two front country campgrounds in the park as well as some wilderness camping (limited). The park has hiking, cross country skiing, sea kayaking, cycling, mountain biking, canoeing and canoe or kayak camping.

 

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Campground Name: Headquarters

Park or Managed Land: Fundy National Park
Nearest City, Town or Center:
Alma
Region:
Fundy Coastal Drive, Southeast
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(902)535-2032
Total Number of Sites:
132
Swimming:
Yes, pool
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Official Website:
Parks Canada
Access:
The park is located near the village of Alma on Provincial Highway 114 ithe southern region of New Brunswick on the Bay of Fundy. From Moncton take the 114 to Alma or the 2 to the 114. From St. John take the 2 to the 114 into the the park. From Fredericton take the 2 to the 114. The park is approximately 80km from Moncton.
Out-There' Fundy National Park
Province: Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
The park has four front country camp grounds and a group camping area. Backpackers can take advantage of the innumerable wilderness campsites in the park. In the southwest the park trail system connects into one of the most beautiful (don't forget difficult) long distance, coastal trails in Canada, the Fundy Footpath. In the northwest the park has a link to another long distance trail, the Dobson. The campgound has a trailer dump station.

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Campground Name: Herring Cove

Park or Managed Land: Herring Cove Provincial Park
Nearest City, Town or Center:
St. George
Region:
Campobello Island, Fundy Coastal Drive, Southwest
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(506) 752-7010
Total Number of Sites:
76
Serviced Sites:
40
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Phone Reservations:
Official Website:
New Brunswick Provincial Parks
Access:
The park is located on Campobello Island which is accessed from the Roosevelt International Bridge or by ferry during the summer. The park is located on the Main/ New Brunswick border at the the southwestern tip of the province.
Province:
Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
The park has hiking, a 9 hole golf course and a restaurant. There is a trailer dump station in the park.

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Campground Name: Les Jardin de la Republique

Park or Managed Land: Les Jardin de la Republique Provincial Park
Nearest City, Town or Center:
Edmunston
Region:
River Valley Scenic Drive, Northwestern
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(506) 735-2525
Total Number of Sites:
113
Serviced Sites: 100
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Official Website:
New Brunswick Provincial Parks
Access:
Located just to the north of Edmunston off highway 2 just before you reach the Quebec border.
Province:
Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
The park is know for its gardern and walking/hiking paths. The extensive Rails-to-Trails pathway which runs from New Bruswick all the way to Quebec's St. Lawrence River at Riveire du Loup, passes through the park. This is an easy trail suitable for the whole family or as an extended trip for a bike packer. There is a trailer dump and a boat launch in the park.

 

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Campground Name: Mactaquac

Park or Managed Land: Mactaquac Provincial Park
Nearest City, Town or Center:
Fredericton
Region:
River Valley Scenic Drive, Central
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(506) 363-4747
Total Number of Sites:
303
Serviced Sites:
235
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Yes
Restaurant:
Yes
Official Website: New Brunswick Provincial Parks
Access:
The park is located just outside of the town of the same name along route 105 about 24km to the west of Fredericton.
Province: Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
The park has a trail system for hiking and cross country skiing in the winter. There is an 18 hole golf course, a restaurant, camp store and a marina.

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Campground Name: Murray Beach

Park or Managed Land: Murray Beach Provincial Park
Nearest City, Town or Center:
Shediac
Region:
Acadian Coastal Drive, Southeastern
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(506) 538-2628
Total Number of Sites:
111
Serviced Sites:
57
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Showers:
Laundromat:
Yes
Restaurant:
Phone Reservations:
Official Website:
New Brunswick Provincial Parks
Access:
FLocated just west of the Conferation Bridge to PEI, the park is situated on the warm waters of the Northumberland Straight. From the north take highway 11 to Shediac and pick up the 15 to the 955 which will take you into the park. From the New Brunswick Nova Scotia border take the 15 from the 2 to the 955 into the park.
Province: Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
Located at nearly the southeastern most point of the province, the park is known for its beaches. The park has a canteen, boat ramp and a trailer dump.

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Campground Name: New River

Park or Managed Land: New River Provincial Park
Nearest City, Town or Center:
St. George
Region:
Fundy Coastal Drive, Southwestern
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(506) 755-4046
Total Number of Sites:
100
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Phone Reservations:

Official Website: New Brunswick Provincial Parks
Access:
The park is just south of highway one between St. John and St. George.
Province: Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
The park has a tidal beach and is well know for its nature observation. There is an interesting network of trails for hikers with a nice look off on the Bay of Fundy.

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Campground Name: Parlee Beach

Park or Managed Land: Parlee Beach Provincial Park
Nearest City, Town or Center:
Shediac
Region:
Acadian Coastal Drive, Southeastern
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(506) 533-3363
Total Number of Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Restaurant:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Official Site:
New Brunswick Provincial Parks
Access:
From the Miramichi follow the 11 to Shediac then take the 15 a short distance to the 133 which will take you into the park. From the New Brunswich Border follow the 2 to Shediac then follow the directions above.
Province:
Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
The park is famous for its beach located on the warm waters of Northumberland Straight.

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Campground Name: Point Wolfe

Park or Managed Land: Fundy National Park
Nearest City, Town or Center:
Alma
Region:
Fundy Coastal Drive, Southeastern
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(902)535-2032
Total Number of Sites:
178
Serviced Sites:
0
Swimming:
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Official Website:
Parks Canada
Access:
The park is located near the village of Alma on Provincial Highway 114 ithe southern region of New Brunswick on the Bay of Fundy. From Moncton take the 114 to Alma or the 2 to the 114. From St. John take the 2 to the 114 into the the park. From Fredericton take the 2 to the 114. The park is approximately 80km from Moncton.
Out-There' Fundy National Park
Province: Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
The park has four front country camp grounds and a group camping area. Backpackers can take advantage of the innumerable wilderness campsites in the park. In the southwest the park trail system connects into one of the most beautiful (don't forget difficult) long distance, coastal trails in Canada, the Fundy Footpath. In the northwest the park has a link to another long distance trail, the Dobson.

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Campground Name: South Kouchibouguac

Park or Managed Land: Kouchibouguac National Park
Nearest City, Town or Center: Richibucto
Region:
Richibucto, Central Eastern, Acadian Coastal Drive
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(506) 876-2443
Total Number of Sites:
311
Serviced Sites:
Yes
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Restaurant:

Official Website: Parks Canada
Access:
Located in Kent County, one hour north of Moncton. From Moncton takthe 15 to Shediac and then either Hwy. 11 heading north, or the more scenic Rte. 134From the north take the 8 from Bathurst to Miramichi then the 11.
Out-There's Kouchibouguac National Park
Province:
Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
There are two front country campgrounds in the park as well as some wilderness camping (limited). The park has hiking, cross country skiing, sea kayaking, cycling, mountain biking, canoeing and canoe or kayak camping.

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Campground Name: Sugarloaf

Park or Managed Land: Sugarloaf Provincial Park
Nearest City, Town or Center:
Campbellton
Region:
Acadian Coastal Drive, North Central
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(506) 789-2366
Total Number of Sites:
65
Swimming:
No
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Official Website: New Brunswick Provincial Parks
Access:
The park is located a few minutes from the Quebec/New Brunswick border on route 11 outside Cambellton. From Quebec follow the 132 south, from the west take the 17 and from the south follow the 11 north. .
Province: Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
One of New Brunswicks best outdoor parks you have trail systems for mountain biking, hiking, snowshoeing and cross country skiing. The park also has a down hill center for boarders and skiers. The campground has is forested and the park has a canteen and a trailer dump.

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Campground Name: Wolfe Lake

Park or Managed Land: Fundy National Park
Nearest City, Town or Center:
Alma
Region:
Fundy Coastal Drive, Southeast
Province:
New Brunswick
Telephone:
(902)535-2032
Total Number of Sites:
Serviced Sites:
No
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Showers:
Phone Reservations:
Official Website:
Parks Canada
Access:
The park is located near the village of Alma on Provincial Highway 114 ithe southern region of New Brunswick on the Bay of Fundy. From Moncton take the 114 to Alma or the 2 to the 114. From St. John take the 2 to the 114 into the the park. From Fredericton take the 2 to the 114. The park is approximately 80km from Moncton.
Out-There' Fundy National Park
Province: Out-There's New Brunswick
New Brunswick Tourism
Note:
The park has four front country camp grounds and a group camping area. Backpackers can take advantage of the innumerable wilderness campsites in the park. In the southwest the park trail system connects into one of the most beautiful (don't forget difficult) long distance, coastal trails in Canada, the Fundy Footpath. In the northwest the park has a link to another long distance trail, the Dobson. The campground is located at the northwestern entrance on highway 114.

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