Provincial Parks

Provincial Park

Mount Carleton Provincial Park

Mount Carleton Provincial Park spans more than 17,000 ha (42,000 acres) and is home to more wild animal species than any other place in the province. A hikers paradise, Mount Carleton Provincial...

Fort Carlton Provincial Park

Fort Carlton Provincial Park is the original site of a Hudson's Bay Company fur-trading outpost that was in operation between 1810 and 1885. Today, visitors to the park will see a reconstructed...

Les Jardins de la République Provincial Park

Les Jardins de la République Provincial Park is located along the shores of the Madawaska River and offers over 150 campsites. Les Jardins de la République Provincial Park provides visitors with...

New River Beach Provincial Park

New River Beach Provincial Park located within New Brunswick's coastal islands along the Bay of Fundy provides visitors an endless supply of recreational activities. The unsupervised salt-water...

Barachois Pond Provincial Park

Barachois Pond Provincial Park is the largest Provincial Park in Western Newfoundland. The Park offers a variety of seasonal activities which make it one of the most popular parks in the province...

Butter Pot Provincial Park

Butter Pot Provincial Park is located along the Avalon Peninsula and spans an area of approximately 2833 hectares. The term "butter pot" means a "prominent rounded hill" and as such, Butter Pot...

Dildo Run Provincial Park

Dildo Run Provincial Park spans over 328 hectares and provides visitors with an ideal central location for viewing all of New World Island. Use this park as a home-base to explore the surrounding...

Sugarloaf Provincial Park

Sugarloaf Provincial Park located in Campbellton, New Brunswick is home to a large natural forest, an extinct volcano known as Sugarloaf Mountain and two lakes; Prichard Lake and Smith Lake.

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