Camping near Moncton

Small but mighty Moncton offers proximity to unique natural phenomena and epic camping.

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Fraserville Off-Grid Camping

4 sites · RVs, Tents400 acres · Advocate Harbour, NS
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Acadian Coastal Campground

9 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Murray Corner, NB
Travelling and Enjoying the east coast is something we love….so we bought our dream vacation spot and quickly realized that others might enjoy it as well. Enjoy the quiet skyline and maybe even catch a glimpse of the local wildlife. Our grass lots are backed with lush Appalachian forest and leads way to a slow brook where you can wade with the tide or try your hand at fishing or simply sit by the fire and enjoy the solitude. Check in is self guided as there is no host on site but you'll find it simple as all sites, as well as the toilet area is well marked with signage. This doesn’t mean we aren’t here to help, you can reach us 24/7 via telephone/text or email. It makes for the perfect spot to experience quiet private east coast living. We are Located just off the Acadian Coastal Drive and minutes from the beautiful Fundy shore. You can bring your tent, RV, van or camper and choose from 4 fantastic sites. 1-30 amp service, 2 roadside non-serviced as well as one privative forested site. All sites are equipped with a fire pit and access to our large off grid restroom. Wood is available for purchase if you didn’t bring your own! You can also explore New Brunswick with a drive on Acadian Coastal Drive ·Appalachian Range Route · Fundy Coastal Drive · Miramichi River Route or Fundy Coastal Drive Stop by and visit Murray Corner Provincial park for a swim and watch the tide roll out. Looking to see multiple provinces?? We are in the perfect spot to see all of what the East coast has to offer. View PEI’s spectacular Confederation Bridge from the shoreline and take a drive to PEI which is only minutes from us. Mainland Nova Scotia is less than a 30 minute drive and if your adventurous and want to drive the Cabot Trail then you can reach Cape Breton Island in under 2 hours! Catch a Ferry to Newfoundland if your heart desires. PEAK SEASON (May 1- Sept 31) OFF GRID (Oct 1 -Dec 31 and March 15 - April 31) CLOSED for winter (Dec 31- March 14) Follow us on Facebook and Instagram Kindly bring your own plastic/compostable bags for the toilet are as these may not always be available on site. There is no potable water on site however, we do have an out building with compostable toilet, shower/change area. Free Showers and potable water available at Murray provincial park during peak season.
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Kavanagh Farm camping

18 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents11 acres · Shediac Cape, NB
Learn more about this land:Location, location, location! Spend the day at the beach or exploring the many outdoor activities the Shediac and surrounding areas have to offer!Secluded, quiet camping areas on the back of 11 acres. Listen to one of the two brooks babble, or watch the deer in the nearby field. Take a tour of the farm, eat fresh eggs, collected by you. Only 13 minutes from the beautiful Parlee Beach! Shuttle available!Less than one hour away from Kouchibouguac National Park!15 minutes from Moncton!Just over 5 minutes to Sobey's, NBLC, and gas stations for all of your camping needs!Smores kit, farm-fresh breakfast, farm tours, birthday cakes, eggs, firewood, towels camp chair and table, and cooking packages all available in the extras section!
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Creekside RnR Glamping

9 sites · Lodging22 acres · Cocagne, NB
Our unparalleled accommodation experience in the beautiful region of Southeastern New Brunswick is nestled on the North side of the seashore Cocagne. Our property has the perfect blend of wildlife, beaches, local seafood and endless trails to wander where you can lose track of time as you listen to bird song in the canopy above. This is where you can come to truly reconnect with nature and to yourself.We love to bring the local flavours of Cocagne alive for visitors through our partnerships with the region’s artisans, farmers, fishermen, musicians, and chefs. When you stay with us, you’ll have a uniquely Cocagne experience. Not to mention the opportunity to sleep under the stars, safely cocooned in our domes where no detail is forgotten.So, welcome to Creekside RnR, where our family invites you to this place we call home—we know by the time you leave, you’ll think of as lovingly as we do. You may never want to say goodbye.
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Manuel's Camping

6 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Moncton, NB
This campground is custom camping experience but we will be constantly upgrading and updating it. These site's are set in and amongst a mature Acadian forest, our sites range from simplistic to original and unique but has everything you need for a week end in the woods. for more information you can call 506-801-3362 or 506-576-7711 you can also send a email to manuel_leger81@hotmail.com, Looking forward to see you down at manuel's camping for a awesome camping experience.
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Beach and Forest

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents151 acres · Upper Cape, NB
The property consists of a 6 acre lot right on the beach and an 145 acre wood lot right across the street. The beach is sandy at low ride and ideal for swimming, canoeing, bird watching, etc. The wood lot has a cabin on it and groomed walking trails. It is inhabited by a wide variety of wildlife. The property on the beach is bordered by a small brook and a variety of water fowl come to feed, rest and bathe. Nova Scotia can be seen on the horizon.
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GayLin Farms - Paws Crossing

1 site · Lodging100 acres · Midgic, NB
This working farm has been enjoyed for generations of local families. Stay off-the-grid in a cozy, rustic cabin retreat. The historic barns, deep swimming pond, sugar house, and stunning woods with trails that have 2 disc golf baskets all provide ample space, entertainment and privacy for a quiet and relaxing retreat. Learn more about this land: Come join us at the Gaylin Farms – home to two friendly goats, Newfoundland ponies, a horse, Chanticler chickens, three dogs and a cat. Stay at our completely private cabin (sleeps 3 comfortably, sleeping mats/air mattresses NOT provided) isolated within the centre of a gorgeous 25-acre forest with a private groomed c. 1.5 km walking/biking trail. The cabin is a 5-minute walk from the Trans Canada RailTrail which grants easy access for longer bike rides, runs, hikes, and four-wheeler adventures. You’ll walk through a horse pasture and a cow pasture on your way to the cabin. There is a large farm pond (10ft deep) on the property for swimming. Enjoy access to locally-sourced food, firewood (at a small fee) drinking water, a private firepit, gas BBQ (bring your own gas!), and our old-fashioned wood-fired cook stove. There is no electricity or running water (but we provide ample drinking water) and there are solar panels so you may charge your devices or have a light at night. Bring your pets and enjoy a private retreat. The max capacity of the cabin is three people. If you come with two or three additional friends or children, there is a tent site available for an additional fee. An outhouse with double-duty bag and second luggable loo are available for all guests. Minimum stay: 2 nights. NEW ADDITION: A new room, a small annex, has been constructed to allow for downstairs sleeping and writing area. It is fully insulated with a wood stove so this area may be used year round. The annex gives one a deeper feeling of being a part of the woods.
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Cedar Camp Ridge

1 site · Tent1 acre · Waterford, NB
We offer a premium camp site for your above average camping experience. The 1 Acre private lot is nestled on a ridge in the beautiful King’s County, NB the capital of historic covered bridges. This is also our private getaway which we offer to our guests. It is in continuous improvement mode so we can continue to improve your camping experience. This place is for people who appreciate nature, a quiet getaway and a place to disconnect as it is out of cellphone range. Definitely not a party site. The site is spacious and comfortable. The entrance is accessible by foot. **You must climb up the trail. It’s a 2-3 minute hike up. We are currently waiting for the driveway to be done. In the meantime you will need to park on the side of the road. You will find in the common area a fire pit and our clear top shelter equipped with a table and some stools. A food prep area where you will find a few kitchen items. There are two gravitational chairs at the fire pit and two black folding chairs under the shelter. We also have a few games on site such as washer toss, ladder toss... Our outhouse is like no other. The sun letting skylight roof top provides a bright and airy comfortable space. It’s equipped with a mirror for your convenience. A pet friendly site supplied with a little dog patio and doggy zip line. This allows small dogs to roam around in security. Cedar Camp Ridge campsite is well situated for easy access for outdoor activities to the region’s offerings such as: Sussex Bluff Hiking path, Fundy Parkway, Poley Mountain: mountain biking and skiing, Fundy Provicial Park, St Martin’s sea caves, Cap Enragé, Waterford waterfalls, there is also close access to NB ATV Trails. Centrally located between southern NB 3 largest cities. Our lot is approximately same driving time to either Moncton, St. John or Fredericton.
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High Tide Park

16 sites · Tents36 acres · Moncton, NB
Welcome to High Tide, our cannabis-friendly retreat located within the former grounds of an agricultural research facility. Once dedicated to farming innovation, this site has transformed into a functional cannabis farm and camp, offering a practical and rustic experience. Set amidst the rural landscape, High Grove Park provides a straightforward camping area for cannabis enthusiasts looking to enjoy the outdoors. The camping facilities are basic but functional, offering a no-frills setting for visitors to pitch their tents or park their RVs. Adjacent to the campsite, Greenherb cannabis farm operates as a commercial cultivation facility. Guests can visit the farm store and research lounge to learn about cannabis cultivation and purchase products. Evenings at High Tide are spent around the campfire, where guests can relax and socialize under the stars. It's a laid-back atmosphere, perfect for unwinding after a day of outdoor activities. Here at High Tide we offer a simple and down-to-earth experience for cannabis enthusiasts looking to connect with nature and like-minded individuals. It may not be luxurious, but it's a practical and welcoming retreat for those seeking a cannabis-friendly getaway.
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Waterfront Secluded Relaxing Field

1 site · RV6 acres · Upper Rexton, NB
This beautiful waterfront lot is located on the popular Richibucto River in upper-Rexton. It is a large open lot with 3 acres of cleared land and 300ft of water frontage and also 3 acres of wooded area. A few minutes drive fromIt’s a perfect place for a quiet camping get away to relax and recharge.
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Off Grid Adventure

26 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Moncton, NB
Sitting on over 60 acres of Off-Grid property, Off Grid Adventure is the first adventure destination in North America to offer a comprehensive range of indoor and outdoor adventure activities (included in your campsite fee), (equine) horse camping (for horse owners only!), while also providing education on Off-Grid living. Learn more about this land: Come to Off Grid Adventure to UNPLUG and Unleash the Adventurer in You!  The site is ideal for tents, trailers, and RVs up to 30 feet. Trailer and RV campers can back in to their site. There is a restroom/shower log cabin for your use. Inside our campground, we have an outdoor adventure park that has: a zipline, ninja obstacle course, tire obstacle course, slackline, outdoor rock climbing wall, ropes obstacle course. If it is raining come climb in our indoor rock climbing and caving tunnel cabin! The first in North America! ALL INCLUDED WITH YOUR CAMPSITE! Other Activities: hiking (10 km of trails inside our property), ATV trails connected to the campground to take you to Elgin, Petitcodiac, Sussex Nearby:-Petitcodiac ~ 10 min drive-Elgin ~ 15 min drive-Sussex ~ 20 min drive-Moncton ~ 40 min drive
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Glenn's Offgrid Gueststead

13 sites · RVs, Tents35 acres · East Branch, NB
Learn more about this land: Wooded or cleared sites can be off the road access as well for parking. Naturel spring close for water, all amenities just minutes away. This is my personal homestead that I started carving out 3 years ago. Lots of wildlife trails. Can be quiet or as loud as you like within reason. Learn how to live Offgrid. Self sufficiency, bushcraft and wildlife or just park, rest, and recover in the woods. Lots of fishing in the area. But we always have projects on the go.  I believe it is important to be in touch with nature and know how to survive within your surroundings. We will be doing homestead fundamentals, basic knowledge of bushcraft. Fire awareness, survival skills for practicality, etc.  This can be as many days as you would like it to be. We enjoy helping those get in touch with their surroundings and becoming connected to the land. My wife is an avid crocheter. And a bit of a hippy. She enjoys practice in herbalism. Natural remedies. And would love to share with like-minded. Partake in daily workshops being offered.Bushcraft, homestead development from raw land. Tenting spots available for any size group. A little about the general area for camping and vacation is as follows: Located at Galloway, in the Parish of Richibucto, in the County of Kent and Province of New Brunswick
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Camping near Moncton guide

Overview

With a population of just under 160,000, Moncton is New Brunswick’s biggest city. Visitors flock to Magnetic Hill in northern Moncton to experience its famous optical illusion where your car seems to move by magic, but also because the area has a waterpark, winery, and plenty of outdoor access. In the historic downtown, you'll find a historic theatre, a farmers market, a mural-filled art walk, and a French cultural centre.  Meanwhile, camping near Moncton puts you close to long beaches, provincial parks, other-worldly geographical features, and even the World's Biggest Lobster.

Where to go

Shediac

The self-proclaimed lobster capital of the world, Shediac is a fun little town that’s close to the white sands of Parlee Beach Provincial Park and famous for its 90-ton lobster sculpture. Parlee Beach attracts a younger crowd and often has a party vibe as a place where you can chow down on great seafood, swim in some of the warmest ocean water in Canada, or take a tour on a lobster boat. A number of camping sites sit in and around Shediac, including within Parlee Beach Provincial Park.

Fundy Shore

Bestowed with the world’s highest tides, the entire Fundy Shore is an adventurer’s dream. At Hopewell Rocks, you can walk the ocean floor among towering red flowerpot rocks, or kayak around them at high tide. Hike the rugged coastlines that rise into the highlands at Fundy National Park, then set up camp at one of many private campgrounds in the area, or at one of the park's tent sites, RV spaces, yurts, or oTENTiks.

Miramichi

Fly-fishing mecca Miramichi is a quaint town offering a range of Acadian and Indigenous cultural experiences, tubing on the Miramichi River, learn-to-fish programs for adults and kids in nearby Doaktown, and some neat camping opportunities that include treehouse camping.

When to go

New Brunswick is best visited in summer and fall, as the weather can be unpredictable outside of those times and you’ll find it difficult to find operational camping spots. Even still, Moncton is a fully functional city year-round, and visitors can experience much of what it has to offer even in the dead of winter should you want to check it out in the cold and snow.

Know before you go

  • Moncton and the surrounding area host many fun festivals, including Shediac's lobster fest in July and Moncton's arts week and live dance music festival in July. Check dates in advance of your trip planning to either check out the events or avoid the crowds they bring. 
  • Once you get outside the city, cell service can be patchy. Get a good sense of where you are going before setting out.
  • French is commonly spoken in and around Moncton, and as New Brunswick is a bilingual province, you’ll see signage in both English and French.

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