New Brunswick Campgrounds and Wilderness Camping Vacations
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“To camp is to experience the great outdoors in a way no other holiday can match” An opportunity to experience the New Brunswick wilderness in a truly unique way.
Camp out under the stars and roast marshmallows on the crackling campfire.

Pitch your tent or park your motorhome in the Canadian wilderness!
New Brunswick offers a selection of exciting wilderness campgrounds, and RV parks. Wilderness camping, serviced campsites and RV sites are available.

You can learn more about camping and campgrounds by clicking on the individual outfitter "name links" below for details and rates information.

The location of each outfitter is shown for your convenience.

Acadian Coast - New Brunswick

Situated halfway between Moncton and Miramichi, along the Acadian Coastline in the Province of New Brunswick, Canada. A beautiful camping with 22 spacious sites designated for relaxation and targeting the Babyboomers generation. Situated on a secluded and low traffic country road (Cap-Lumiere Road), 1 Km. of highway 505 which is also the Acadian Coastal Drive.Our peaceful campground is near all services and major tourists attractions in the area.

Wharf fishing. - Deep-sea fishing (Mackerel, Herring, Cod, Lobster in season (August 9th to October 9th)

Grand Manan Island - New Brunswick

YES! You have found a piece of Grand Manan Island, the largest island in the Bay of Fundy. If you enjoy the out-of-doors, a touch of wilderness and are fascinated by the ocean — come and visit our hiking park and wilderness campground. Hole-in-the-Wall Park and Campground is only a couple of kilometers from gourmet restaurants, take-outs, a great bakery, shopping and beaches.

We do have 69 sites, 52 unserviced. Imagine! -- under the stars, moon on the water, ocean waves lapping (or crashing) against the cliffs, whales communicating in the night, the scent of junipers and spruce trees. There are up to 7 ferry crossings (90-minute trip) a day in the summer from the New Brunswick (Canada) mainland at Black's Harbour, a port half-way between Calais Me. and the City of Saint John.

New Brunswick's wilderness camping and natural beauty are province wide.

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