RV camping in New Brunswick

RV adventures are made of high tides, hiking, and history in New Brunswick.

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RV camping in New Brunswick guide

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All too often overlooked by adventurers driving through to Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia, New Brunswick still feels largely undiscovered. Which is all the more reason to bring your RV to the Picture Province. Start your explorations along the Bay of Fundy, where you can hike along coastal cliffs and admire the world's highest tides at Fundy National Park, then go sea kayaking at Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park. A road trip along the Acadian Coast is equally worthwhile. Discover the sand dunes, beaches, and dark skies of Kouchibouguac National Park, explore French Acadian historic sites, and visit the “lobster capital of the world,” Shediac. Most of New Brunswick's national parks and provincial parks have RV campgrounds, ranging from unserviced sites with basic facilities (best for self-contained RVs) to fully serviced sites with electric hookups and dump stations. Alternatively, seek out a tranquil Hipcamp by the lake, near the coast, or on a rural farm.

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