A fire ban is currently in effect in Kouchibouguac National Park

Kouchibouguac National Park

Warm beaches and vibrant estuaries highlight the beauty of Kouchibouguac National Park, situated on unceded Mi’gmaq territory. This park also features rich forests and wetlands, under the serene skies of a Dark Sky Preserve, inviting a connection with nature and history.

A father and son near their tents in the campground.


Tent or trailer camping, oTENTik, primitive camping.

Une famille sur la plage, sur une dune


Kouchibouguac's warm and sandy beaches.

Conservation and protection

Conservation and recovery of species at risk and their habitats.

Visiting Kouchibouguac National Park

Activities and experiences

Things to do, camping, beaches, cycling, hiking, paddling, fishing, winter activities.

Plan your visit

Maps and directions, fees, hours of operation, facilities and services.

Important bulletins

Check park bulletins for current warnings, closures, and restrictions before your visit.

Camping and overnight accommodations

Tent or trailer camping, oTENTik, primitive camping.


Make a reservation for campsites or accommodations.

Tours and programs

Interpretation programs, guided activities, special events.


Daily visitor fees, camping and program fees, and more. Free admission for youth.

Safety and guidelines

Trail conditions, weather, visitor safety, park regulations and law enforcement.

About Kouchibouguac National Park

Stewardship and management

Plans and policies, requests for proposals, media statements, passes for expropriated families, etc.

Nature and science

Conservation, ecosystems, endangered species, animals, plants, climate change and research.

Culture and history

Indigenous connections, park history, archeology.

Contact us



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Hours of operation

Open year-round
Visitor services available from January to October

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