New Brunswick Parks

New Brunswick Parks have many different landscapes, activities and opportunities on offer. You can experience high mountain peaks, rugged coastline and warm salt water beaches.

New Brunswick's Department of Tourism and Parks offer a network of seven visitor information centres, these are located at most gateways to the Province and offer a variety of different services. The staff are specially trained to offer assistance and there are children's activity centre's amongst many other things.

The two National Parks are administered and staffed by the Federal Parks Canada.

Fundy National Park is located on the south eastern coast of New Brunswick and represents the Maritime Acadian Highlands region. One of the 39 "Parks Canada identified" natural regions.

Kouchibouguac National Park is located on the central Eastern shore, it offers visitors 60 kilometres of cycling and hiking paths, canoeing, swimming, bird watching and a variety of activities in the winter. You will need to purchase a Park pass for most national parks - these passes are valid for any National Park in Canada.

The official tourism website for New Brunswick Parks gives all the information on the Provincial Parks including a detailed breakdown of all the fees payable from day use through to camping. All offer tremendous adventures, exploring and general vacations in areas of outstanding natural beauty. There is a plentiful and diverse range of wildlife to see and learn about and is a fantastic education for kids and adults alike!

I'll finish this page with the same advice as the other parks pages - Do Not feed the wildlife, take nothing but photo's and leave nothing but footprints. Most of all - have a great time!