The feeling of living without limits
No walls. No deadlines. No expectations. Take a deep breath—when you explore New Brunswick’s 12 parks, you celebrate the freedom of living on your terms. Take it all in at your own speed. Cruise along Eastern Canada's best mountain biking trails; hike to waterfalls tucked away in lush forests; camp under starry skies; or just lounge on a beach. There's no better way to recharge your batteries than with some time well spent in our great outdoors. And whether you're staying in a tent, RV, cabin, yurt, or rustic shelter, you'll find a range of on-site amenities that lengthen your stay—comfortably.
Hike the Maritimes' highest peak, swim in Canada's warmest salt water, beachcomb on tidal beaches shaped by the powerful tides of the Bay of Fundy, and downhill ski in the Appalachians. Between sunset views over the Northumberland Strait at Murray Beach and heart-pounding action at Sugarloaf’s downhill bike park, New Brunswick’s Provincial Parks let you vacation your way: peacefully, or with vigour.
Experience the extraordinary force of the highest tides in the world at Fundy National Park with trails, golf, campgrounds, and many interpretive programs along the Bay of Fundy and in the backcountry. Kouchibouguac National Park stretches along the Acadian Coast with warm saltwater swimming beaches, excellent bike trails, and fun programming for adults and kids alike.
Roosevelt-Campobello International Park, the summer vacation home of the American president, is an historic natural wonder located on Campobello Island in the Bay of Fundy. Tour the 34-room residence, stroll in the flower gardens, and explore the trails and lookouts.