Camping has always been a very popular activity in Kouchibouguac National Park. Campers appreciate the privacy and the feeling of tranquility the Kouchibouguac campsites provide.

Kouchibouguac was voted one of “The Best Campgrounds with Beaches in Canada,” by Canadian Living magazine. Nearby sandy beaches, playgrounds, the bikeway and the interpretation activities — there's something for everyone!

There are many ways to camp

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Frontcountry camping
Enjoy the privacy and the feeling of tranquility the Kouchibouguac campsites provide!
Backcountry camping
Backcountry camping
Want a more challenging camping activity? You can hike, pedal or canoe to a campsite.
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Stay in an oTENTik
A spacious blend of tent and rustic cabin equipped with beds and furniture on a raised floor.
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Equipped campsites
No gear? No problem! We've got you covered! Planning your camping trip has never been easier!

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Campgrounds

  • South Kouchibouguac Campground (Open during peak and shoulder seasons)
    Kouchibouguac's main front-country campground with 311 campsites. Features several services, facilities and ammenities. Located nearby popular Kellys Beach.
  • Côte-à-Fabien Campground (Open during peak season)
    Semi-primitive campground with 32 campsites. Offers the most breathtaking views, located outside of the park's busy hub. This campground also has plenty of room to accommodate large organized groups.

A few rules

  • Don't move firewood! Importing firewood is prohibited.
  • Pets much be kept on a leash at all times.
  • It is illegal to feed wildlife in national parks.
  • Keep your campsite clean. Animals are attracted by human food and waste.
  • Excessive noise will not be tolerated, day or night.
  • Quiet time is from 11 pm to 7 am  

Camping in Kouchibouguac National Park

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Reserve your campsite! Call 1-877-RESERVE (737-3783) or reserve online at reservation.pc.gc.ca

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Going camping? You might want to think twice about throwing a few pieces of firewood into the trunk of the car. Parks Canada is reminding campers of the dangers of moving firewood.

A father and daughter making a fire near an oTENTik

The Parks Canada oTENTik is a spacious blend of tent and rustic cabin equipped with beds and furniture on a raised floor.