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Kouchibouguac National Park of Canada

A father and his daughter at their campsite.
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Front-Country Camping


Camping has always been a very popular activity in Kouchibouguac National Park. Campers appreciate the privacy and the feeling of tranquility the Kouchibouguac campsites provide. Nearby sandy beaches, playgrounds, the bikeway and nature trails offer something for everyone.

Camping is a very popular activity at Kouchibouguac National Park, so make your reservations now!

Equipped Camping

Equipped Camping

Want to go camping but don't have the equipment? No problem! Parks Canada in partnership with Mountain Equipment Co-op is now offering Equipped Campsites at Kouchibouguac National Park.


SitesPeak SeasonShoulder SeasonShower FacilitiesToiletsDry ToiletPlaygroundCampfirePicnic ShelterFirewoodTrailer dumping
South Kouchibouguac
Water, sewage & electricity 72 Open Open Check Check   Check Check Check Check Check
Electricity 97 Open Open
Unserviced 124 Open Open
oTENTik 15 Open Open
Equipped Camping 3 Open Open
Drive-in 21 Open Closed     Check   Check   Check  
Walk-in 11
Peak Season 2015: June 27 to September 7
Shoulder Season 2014: May 14 to June 26 and September 8 to October 12

For a detailed description of our campgrounds, see the links below:

Prohibition of Firewood Importation

Don't Move Firewood!

Please be aware that firewood importation is now prohibited at Kouchibouguac National Park.

Dim the lights!

Don't forget that Kouchibouguac is a Dark Sky Preserve and so we encourage you to minimize as much as possible lighting in the campground.

Please Follow the Speed Limits

In any location such as a national park, it is very important that you follow the posted speed limit.

Roads in the campgrounds are very sinuous. The numerous trees and thick vegetation as well as the large number of campers walking and cycling inside the campground increase the possibilities of accidents. It is therefore imperative that you follow the 20 km/hr speed limit.

Wherever you are in the park, if you are driving a motorized vehicle, remember to respect the speed limits.

You and Your Pets

We appreciate and realize that your pet is an important family member. However for the security of your pet and the security of others, pets must be kept on a leash at all times and are never to be left unattended.

Pets pose a threat to wildlife, especially young animals and birds that nest along the barrier islands. Pets are not permitted on the beach or on the boardwalk leading to the beach.

While in the Park, please scoop and dispose of your pets' excrement in a sanitary manner.