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New Brunswick - Parks

Fundy National Park - The tidal fluctuation of the Bay of Fundy is the highest in the world. This amazing park provides opportunities for variety of wilderness adventures or solitude discovery, and appreciation of the rich natural environment. Fundy National Park of Canada encompasses some of the last remaining wilderness in southern New Brunswick. Here, the conifer dominated Caledonia Highlands roll down to meet the fog-generating Bay of Fundy. Watch fishing boats come and go to the rhythm of the bay. Inland, explore lush forests and deep stream valleys.

Kouchibouguac National Park - Kouchibouguac is a fascinating mosaic of bogs, salt marshes, tidal rivers, sparkling freshwater systems, sheltered lagoons, abandoned fields and tall forests which characterizes the Maritime Plain Natural Region. Natural wonders abound in this Park that boasts the second largest tern colony in North America. As well, the 25 kilometres of shifting sand dunes are home to the endangered piping plover and witness to colonies of both harbour and grey seals that frolic in the sunshine on certain sections of the dunes. The name Kouchibouguac (Kou-she-boo-gwack) is of Mi'kmaq origin and means “river of the long tides”. Established in 1969, this 238 square kilometre national park provides a host of exciting family activities. The 60 kilometres of cycling paths are always popular with both hikers and cyclists. Canoeing/kayaking, swimming, camping, bird watching, as well as cross country skiing, snowshoeing and tobogganing in winter are also available in this natural land of enchantment located on New Brunswick's eastern coast line.

New Brunswick National Parks  - New Brunswick offers visitors unforgettable coastal experiences in its two National Parks full of natural wonders. From the breathtaking coastal vistas along the Fundy trail to rappelling the cliffs at Cape Enrage, these magnificent sites are a dazzling display of New Brunswick's natural phenomena.

New Brunswick Provincial Parks - Each of New Brunswick’s beautiful provincial parks offers uniquely different experiences, from the highest peak in the Maritimes to warm saltwater swimming and fascinating “discovery beaches”. What they do have in common is breathtaking scenery, cultural and recreational activities galore, and camping second-to-none.

New Brunswick Municipal Parks - From family-friendly picnic spots and award-winning gardens to rare reserves of natural beauty and world-class Natural Wonders, our municipal parks offer a surprising variety of natural treasures.

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