Whether you prefer to camp in a tent, in a trailer close to amenities, to travel to a wilderness site, we have the experience you are looking for!

Fundy National Park has four front country campgrounds, each providing a unique camping experience. You will find amenities such as washrooms, showers, electrical, sewer and water hookups all within close proximity to other Park services and facilities.

As a backcountry traveller, you have your choice of eight backcountry campsites located at Goose River, Marven Lake, Tracey Lake or Chambers Lake.

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Headquarters A Westfalia at the camping entrance

Headquarters campground

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This campground is for those looking for camping made easy! It offers great views of the Bay of Fundy, access to all the services and facilities in the headquarters area including our natural playground. It is within walking distance of the Village of Alma.

The Headquarters campground is conveniently nestled in the activity hub of the park near the East entrance. It offers easy access to hiking trails, the outdoor theatre, the village of Alma, and many other recreational facilities. The sites are in a semi-wooded setting.

Note: This campground doesn't permit campfires at individual sites. Communal fire pits are available.

Offered at this campground

  • A total of 154 sites are available for reservations
  • 30 sites with electricity, water, and sewer
  • 25 sites with electricity and water
  • 47 unserviced sites
  • 10 oTENTiks
  • 5 Yurts
  • A wheelchair accessible site is available
  • Un-serviced and semi-serviced sites are also available
  • Amenities include washrooms with showers, laundry facilities, kitchen shelters, and a dumping station
  • Wireless internet is available in some sections of the campground

Street Address

11 Headquarters Campground Road
Fundy National Park, N.B.
E4H 4S7

GPS Coordinates

Latitude: 45.595452
Longitude: -64.952244

Cannontown A view of the Cannontown campground

Cannontown campground

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This is our newest campground, created for the camper-style traveller. All sites are fully serviced and have their own fire pit. They are all in woodland, and some even have views of the Bay of Fundy.

The Cannontown campground is conveniently nestled in the activity hub of the park, right beside the playground, golf course, the Salt & Fir Centre and is just up the road from the salt water pool. It offers easy access to the hiking trails, the outdoor theatre, the village of Alma, and many other recreational facilities. The sites are in a treed setting and some have a picturesque view of the Bay of Fundy.

Offered at this campground

  • A total of 30 serviced sites with electricity, water, and sewer are available for reservations
  • Amenities include washrooms with showers and a dumping station

Street Address

11 Headquarters Campground Road
Fundy National Park, N.B.
E4H 4S7

GPS Coordinates

Latitude: 45.592796
Longitude: -64.954652

Chignecto A family having lunch next to their RV

Chignecto campground

Front country camping Trailer Recreational vehicles oTENTik Walk-in camping Electrical hook-up Trailer dumping Fire wood Camp fire Men women toilet Showers Drinking water Kitchen shelter Picnic shelter Dishwashing station Laundry Kiosk Information WiFi Telephone Hiking Mountain bike Playground Parc Bench Recyclable waist disposal Wheelchair access Parking

This campground has serviced and unserviced sites with campfire pits. It is a great place for families looking for active, outdoor adventure as it is close to hiking and biking trails, playgrounds, the public program campfire circle and the astronomy viewing site.

Chignecto is located 4 km North West of the Park Headquarters. It is a large wooded campground on the highlands of Fundy National Park. Because it is further away from the Bay of Fundy, fog is a rare occurrence.

Offered at this campground

  • A total of 263 sites are available for reservations
  • 10 sites with electricity, water, and sewer
  • 171 sites with electricity and water
  • 68 unserviced sites
  • 13 oTENTiks
  • Some wheelchair accessible site are available
  • Un-serviced to fully-serviced sites are available
  • Amenities include washrooms with showers, laundry facilities, kitchen shelters, fire pits, and a dumping station
  • There is also two playgrounds and a family bicycling trail
  • Wireless internet is available in some sections of the campground

Street Address

8822 Route 114,
Fundy National Park, N.B.
E4H 4V5

GPS Coordinates

Latitude: 45.604208
Longitude: -64.983783

Point Wolfe A group of friends around a campfire

Point Wolfe campground

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Just get far enough to escape! This campground provides a simplified frontcountry camping experience with unserviced sites and fire pits; Point Wolfe is in the heart of some of Fundy’s most spectacular coastal wilderness.

You have to cross the Point Wolfe covered bridge to access this campground. Truly enchanting! It is located 8 km west of the Park Headquarters. Many hiking trails are found here, and one that will take you down on the rugged Fundy shore. The campground has many open sites, other are in a more forested setting.

Note: Due to clearance restrictions, access to the campground is limited to a maximum vehicle/equipment length of 7.3 m (24 feet) and a height of 4.4 m (13 feet).

Offered at this campground

  • A total of 155 sites are available for reservations
  • 24 sites with electricity and water
  • 120 unserviced sites
  • 10 oTENTiks
  • 1 Ôasis
  • Un-serviced to semi-serviced sites are available
  • Amenities include washrooms with showers, laundry facilities, kitchen shelters, fire pits, and a dumping station
  • There is also two playgrounds and a family bicycling trail
  • Wireless internet is available in some sections of the campground
  • Please refer to our Hours of operation page for a complete list of operating dates/hours and also check the General Campground Information page for more information

Street Address

810 Point Wolfe Road
Fundy National Park, N.B.
E4H 4T7

GPS Coordinates

Latitude: 45.550881
Longitude: -65.018875

Backcountry A couple near a campfire in the wild

Backcountry camping

Back-country camping Fire wood Camp fire Picnic area Outhouse Hiking River crossing Hiking lookout Waterfall

As a backcountry traveller, you will be able to visit natural wonders seen by only a small percentage of visitors.

For a challenging way to enjoy Fundy National Park’s beauty, try camping at one of the 8 backcountry campsites located at Goose River, Marven Lake, Tracey Lake or Chambers Lake.

Camping offer

  • Each designated campsite provides a tent pad, a pit privy and a picnic table
  • It is recommended that you carry in drinking water
  • Backpacking cook stoves are necessary for food preparation
  • Never leave garbage in the backcountry - plastic bags are provided upon request
  • Consult our website on backcountry camping tips and regulations
  • Campfires are not permitted in Foster Brook
  • Firewood for Chambers/Marven site 2 is located at site 1
  • Firewood for Tracey Lake site 11 is located at site 12

Fees

Fees vary during the peak and shoulder season. Please consult our detailed fees list.

Accommodations

Fundy National Park offers a wide range of accommodations like the oTENTik, the Yurt, the Ôasis, and the Rustic Cabin. You can check out our accommodation web page for more information.


A few rules

  • Don't move firewood - Importing firewood is prohibited
  • Headquarters and Point Wolfe campgrounds: visitors must check in and check out at the campground kiosk during the peak season and at the Visitor Centre after Labour Day
  • Chignecto Campground: visitors must check in and check out at the campground kiosk
  • Pets must be kept on a leash at all times
  • It is illegal to feed wildlife in national parks
  • Keep your campsite clean, animals are attracted by human food and waste
  • Excessive noise will not be tolerated, day or night
  • Quiet time is from 11 pm to 7 am
  • Please refer to our Hours of operation page for a complete list of operating dates/hours and also check the General Campground Information page for more information