New Brunswick is famous for the world's highest tides that rise and fall the height of a four-storey building. Discover the spectacular scenery of New Brunswick for yourself as you explore the province in your RV.
Plan ahead, select the campgrounds on your route where you plan to stay, visit their websites. Make your reservations as early as possible to make sure you will have the best camping site for your motorhome or travel trailer, with the best view, the perfect location or most ideal amenities for your family.
Campgrounds Camping Canada (CCC) has links to more than 140 private campgrounds and resorts throughout New Brunswick. Use Canada's CCC website to search for campsites and RV Parks anywhere in Canada. Website:www.campcanada.com
Link to: New Brunswick campgrounds and RV parks
Rated campsites & facilities in New Brunswick
Camping Select has rated campgrounds in New Brunswick for the quality of their facilities, services, recreation activities and amenities available. Website: www.CampingSelect.ca
Link to: Rated campsites & facilities in New Brunswick
Fly to New Brunswick and Rent an RV
If you haven't had a chance to see the wonderful scenery of New Brunswick, or experience its history and culture ' then plan your next holiday by coming to Canada by plane. Fly to Moncton or Fredericton and rent an RV for a couple of weeks. We suggest you make reservations now, by checking these companies and RV Dealers who offer RVs for rent.
About the province of New Brunswick
New Brunswick, the largest of Canada's three Maritime provinces, is nestled under Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula and beside the State of Maine. Its northern border also includes the Restigouche River and the Baie des Chaleurs. The eastern boundary is the Gulf of St Lawrence and Northumberland Strait, and delightfully dotted with sandy beaches and the warmest salt water north of Virginia. The Bay of Fundy on New Brunswick's southern border has tides which are the highest in the world and have carved a spectacular coastline. 33% of the population is French-speaking, and is Canada's only bilingual province. Saint John is the oldest and largest city with a population of 72,494 and Fredericton, the capital, has a population of about 46,507.
Weather and Climate
The north half of New Brunswick has a distinctly continental climate, with cold winters and warm summers. The south half has a more moderate maritime climate, with milder winters and slightly cooler summers. July is the warmest month in New Brunswick. Average summer temperature range from 22°C on the Fundy coast to 25°C and higher inland. Along the south-eastern shores, the January mean temperature is around -7°C. Annual precipitation ranges from 889 mm (35 in) in the north to 1143 mm (45 in) in the south and evenly distributed throughout the year. Fog is common in the spring and early summer along the Bay of Fundy coast.
Link to: New Brunswick weather to see local forecasts for all regions of the province issued by Environment Canada.
National Parks & Campgrounds in New Brunswick
Fundy National Park of Canada
Atlantic's sanctuary with world's highest tides.
Link to: Fundy National Park
Kouchibouguac National Park of Canada
Intricate Acadian blend of coastal and inland habitats.
Link to: Kouchibouguac Park
National Parks Reservations
International Reservations: 1-905-566-4321
Online Campground Reservations: www.pccamping.ca
Provincial Parks & Campgrounds
New Brunswick Provincial Parks
Website: Download Parks Brochure for Reservation info