Looking for an adventure filled getaway this fall? Kouchibouguac National Park offers the right mix of ingredients to deliver just that! Here are the five key ingredients to get the most out of your experience while visiting the park.

Explore Kouchibouguac in the fall

  • People observing the night sky

    Dark sky observation

    Kouchibouguac National Park is a Dark Sky Preserve, making it an ideal location to observe the night sky. Hang out with astronomers from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada during the Fall Star Fest.

  • Campers in front of an oTENTik


    The South Kouchibouguac Campground is still fully operational in the month of September and well into October. Our signature oTENTiks, part tent, part cozy cabin are the perfect way to camp in the fall.

  • Parka taking a picture with a girl

    Fall programming

    Several activities are planned for people of all ages in Kouchibouguac National Park during the months of September and October. Check out our events page for all the details, and find us on Facebook to get the latest details on our activities.

  • The Bog hiking trail


    The Kouchibouguac National Park offers up a variety of hiking experiences. Whether you are looking to explore beaches, woodland or bogs, we have it covered. Fall temperatures are most enjoyable for hiking in Kouchibouguac. The crisp fresh air on top of the beautiful fall colours provides the perfect delectable combination.

  • A family riding their bikes along the bike path


    Immerse yourself in nature while avoiding crowds on our smooth biking trails. Cyclists return to Kouchibouguac National Park in the fall months to explore our well-connected and maintained routes. If you are looking for an easy trail or want a more challenging adventure, we have it all. Fat bike rentals are available at the visitor centre.