Plan your visit
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Kouchibouguac National Park is a one-hour drive north of Moncton or a 2.5-hour drive northeast of Fredericton, New Brunswick. The Acadian Coastal Drive is the most scenic driving route. There is no public transit access directly into the park.
Plan to spend a full day in Kouchibouguac; visits may last overnight or for several days. The park is open year-round; Kelly’s Beach is popular in July and August.
The park is located on New Brunswick's central eastern shore in an area known as the Acadian Coastal Drive. It is located in Kent County, a one- hour drive north of Moncton, or a four-hour drive from the Quebec border, or a four-hour drive northeast of Maine.
From Moncton, take Highway 15 to Shediac and then either Highway 11 heading north, or the more scenic Acadian Coastal Drive.
From Miramichi, take Highway 11 heading south, or the more scenic Acadian Coastal Drive via route 117.
Via Rail Canada Ltd has regular train services to the nearest train stations, Miramichi and Moncton located respectively 45 minutes and 1 hour from Kouchibouguac. Both cities offer car rental services.
The Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport, located in Moncton, is the closest major airport to Kouchibouguac.