Located along the Northumberland Strait, Kouchibouguac National Park is popular for its sandy beaches and warm coastal waters, and is ideal for swimming and spending a summer’s day at the beach. Tranquil lagoons and tidal rivers, protected by sand dunes, provide ideal conditions for kayaking and canoeing.

Two beaches have been groomed for the enjoyment of our visitors. Come get your fill of salt water, wind and nature!

Explore Kouchibouguac's beaches

  • A lifeguard supervises the beach

    Kellys Beach

    Follow an interpretive guide into Kouchibouguac's shallow saltwater lagoons and wade through seawater on a fascinating, immersive sea-life discovery program. It's summertime fun for families and the young-at-heart.

  • A couple walking their dogs at the beach

    Callanders Beach

    Wade in the warm waters of the lagoon. The large field is an excellent spot to fly a kite or host family picnics. Gateway to the Migmag - Cedar Trail and home of Kouchibouguac's Wigwams where First Nations interpretation programs take place.