Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Camping Opportunities in New Brunswick, Canada, Provincial Parks

From the rugged beauty of Mount Carleton, to the salt-water sands of Parlee Beach, New Brunswick's 11 provincial parks seem designed to offer as great a diversity of experiences as possible.

The contrasts are striking, from the invigorating Bay of Fundy waters of New River Beach in the southwest, to the warmest salt waters north of Virginia at Murray Beach and Parlee Beach in the southeast, to the downright tepid waves lapping the sandy beach of Mactaquac in the centre of the province.

There's the carefully manicured gardens near the De la République Provincial Park in St. Jacques in the northeast, the old logging roads through forests of ancient spruce at Herring Cove in the southwest, or the dramatic mountaintop climbs along the trails of Sugarloaf in the very north of the province.

New this year, if you stay three nights at three different provincial parks, you get your fourth night free. Also, if you stay six consecutive nights at one provincial park, you get your seventh night free.
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