General campground rules and regulations
There is no admission to the campgrounds from 12:00 am to 8:00 am
After Hours Registration
Campers must register with campground security. There is no admission from 12:00 am to 8:00 am
Check in time for campsites
Anytime after 2:00 pm
Check in time for Yurts and oTENTiks
Anytime after 3:00 pm
Check out time for all
The campsite must be vacated by 11:00 am
11:00 pm to 7:00 am
Maximum Length of Stay
The maximum length of stay is 21 nights with the exception of the seasonal campsites in the Headquarters campground.
Maximum Persons per Site
The maximum number of people allowed per site is four (4), except for families (parents and dependent children).
Maximum Vehicles per Site
The maximum number of vehicle allowed per site is one (1)
Maximum Camping Units per Site
The maximum number of camping unit per site is one (1)
Generator use is limited to 8:00 am to 11:00 pm
Amperage of Power Service
- 15 - 30 amp (2-way service – electricity and water)
- 15 - 50 amp (3-way service – electricity, water and sewer)
Campground permit conditions
Camping is allowed in designated campgrounds only.
Camping - including sleeping in a vehicle in roadside pullouts, trailheads, and day-use areas is not allowed. See the locations of campgrounds in Fundy National Park.
The permit holder for the campsite is responsible for the site, including cleanliness, noise levels, and actions of visitors. All campers must adhere to the permit conditions.
Campground regulations and permit conditions
Alcohol and Cannabis
Alcoholic beverages and cannabis must be confined to and consumed at your registered campsite. Consumption is not authorised in all public spaces such as day use areas, playgrounds, trails and roads, shelters and accommodations.
Campfires are only permitted in fireplaces provided by the park. Do not collect wood from the forest. Firewood can be purchased at the kiosk.
Camping is only allowed in designated campsites. All campers and visitors must have a valid Park entrance permit. One sleeping unit and one vehicle per site. A kitchen tent or small tent will also be permitted. Maximum of 5 people per site (exceptions will be made for 2 parents with dependent children up to six people). Checkout time is 11 am. Please vacate your site or re-register by this time.
Respect the posted speed limits and remain alert while driving in the campground. Trees may obstruct your view and pedestrians, especially children, may suddenly dart out onto the road.
Help keep the park clean by disposing non-recyclable items into marked garbage receptacles.
Noise and park enjoyment
You are not allowed to interfere with others’ quiet enjoyment of the park during any part of the day or night. This includes loud music and shouting in campgrounds, and/or in day use areas.
Pack in, Pack out
All backcountry campsites have "Pack In, Pack Out," rules. All garbage (food wrappers, beverage containers, etc.) brought into the site must be carried out.
Pets must be kept on a leash at all times. They must not be left unattended. Please note that pets are not permitted in campgrounds kitchen shelters or washrooms and at the Bennett Lake beach, the swimming pool, and on the golf course.
While excessive noise is not allowed at any time of the day, visitors should be aware that quiet hours are enforced between 11 pm and 7 am hrs in all campgrounds.
- During quiet hours, music, generators, loud conversation are not allowed
- Only campsite occupants are allowed on a site after 11 pm
- Respect other campers and keep noise to a minimum
- Please remember, even quiet conversations can carry through a forested area. Please report disturbances to park staff.
Bottles and cans (refundable containers) can be recycled in each campground at designated collection containers.
Vehicles staying overnight must be registered to a campsite. Campsite reservations include parking for 1 vehicle only. This vehicle can be parked on the campsite.
Feeding or disturbing wildlife is strictly forbidden. Keep your distance when observing wildlife. Keep your picnic and campsites clean and free of garbage and store food in your vehicle or animal resistant food containers.