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Campfires, hiking, s’mores... your best summer adventure begins here. 

Looking for a new outdoor adventure, but not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered! Whether you want to sleep under the stars or inside a cozy cabin, finding the perfect camping getaway is easier than you’d think.

Pack up as much or as little as you want and be ready for the trip of a lifetime. With many provincial, national and private parks to choose from and plenty of open spaces, you’ll have no problem exploring the New Brunswick wilderness on your terms.

Rising with the sun in a comfy tent
Rising with the sun in a comfy tent

1. Pitch a Tent

Time to get back to nature and enjoy the simpler things in life. Unroll your sleeping bag in peaceful settings away from it all, or in a full-serviced campground, then unzip your front door and you have everything you need. Go for a rugged or gentle adventure – hiking, biking, beaches and pretty scenery along the way.

RVing through the province
RVing through the province

2. Tow an RV or Trailer

Bringing your own trailer or RV? Campgrounds across the province offer up beautiful scenery and all the amenities you’re looking for. On top of fully serviced sites, some parks go above and beyond with private beaches, equipment rentals, playgrounds for the kids and canteens or restaurants on site for the ultimate camping destination.

Backcountry camping on the Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq Trail
Backcountry camping on the Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq Trail

3. Go off-grid in the backcountry

Off the beaten path, find your own little piece of paradise in the wilderness. If you love the thrill of hitting the trails with your gear on your back, in your canoe, or on your bike, explore these unique backcountry camping spots on your next adventure.

Exploring the Fundy Isles by camper van
Exploring the Fundy Isles by camper van

4. The camper van life

Explore at your own pace. When travelling in your camper van, if you’re keen on taking the scenic route or hopping on an extra ferry ride to get to your destination, we’ve got special places that are definitely worth the detour. And it’s all about the journey, not the destination, right?

Cosy family camp fires on the Acadian Coast
Cosy family camp fires on the Acadian Coast

5. Fun Family Adventure 

There’s no time to waste when it’s camping season in New Brunswick! Round up the family and hit the road. Whether you’re looking to try something new, or want to stick with a classic summer experiences, we’ve got places sure to get smiling faces on kids - both big and small.

Spacious and airy yurt at Fundy National Park
Spacious and airy yurt at Fundy National Park

6. Try quirky camping options

What do you get when you blend the best parts of camping with the best parts of a cottage getaway? A hassle-free and comfortable vacation. These spots provide little luxuries such as a BBQ or solar powered lights, but be sure to bring a sense of adventure and all the gear you would typically need for camping (sleeping bag, cookware, and personal items).

The dream dome at Ridgeback Lodge, on the Kingston Peninsula
The dream dome at Ridgeback Lodge, on the Kingston Peninsula

7. Glamping in style

Blend luxury camping and natural beauty in a geodesic dome with a full view of the starry night skies and pristine nature. You’ll find your perfect glamping pod at many fantastic locations throughout the province, from seaside havens to sun-dappled woodlands.

Hiking through Fundy National Park in good company
Hiking through Fundy National Park in good company

8. Camping with your furry friends

Don’t wanna leave Rover at home? No problem. Dogs are welcome at all campsites in our provincial parks (including rustic shelters and heritage cabins, except for the ch-A-lets). Dogs are also welcome in our national parks at picnic areas, camping areas and trails, but please note that dogs must be on leash at all times and are not allowed on beaches within our provincial and national parks. So go ahead and enjoy your vacation with your family’s best friend!
 

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Check out all the campgrounds New Brunswick has to offer and find a great place to lay your head in the outdoors.

Happy camping in New Brunswick!