About Armstrong Brook Mount Carleton Provincial Park :In Mount Carleton Provincial Park, have five campgrounds. Armstrong Brook Campground is the largest. This area consists of three loops. Ten of the sites on the inner loop are drive-through. The rest will accommodate either a tent-trailer or tent. The eight campsites alongside the brook are designated for tents only.
Each campsite has a fire pit. There is a kitchen shelter, an unsupervised playground, and washrooms/shower facilities. The Nictau Lake swimming area is easily accessible from this campground
Location: The park is located in the north of New Brunswick in the Appalachian Range Region. From Cambellton Road 17 west to just north of Saint-Quentin, where you can pick up the 180 heading east. Watch for the cut off to Road 385. From Edmunston follow the 2 south to the 218 passed Grand Falls, then connect to the 108, then the 385 heading northeast. From Bathurst follow the 180 west.
The main campground area is the Armstrong Brook Campground with 88 sites
Campground Reservations: Monday – Friday
Nature and Culture: Armstrong Brook Campground with 88 wilderness sites, unsupervised freshwater beach and nature trail. Canoe docks are close by.
Facilities Available at this Park: The sites are designated as tent or car campsites with a number of them set up as pull-throughs for RVs. The campground has flush toilets and showers.
Nearby cities: Plaster Rock 84km, St-Quentin 43km, Nictau 32km
Other Nearby Attractions: Williams Falls
Fee: There will not be a park entrance fee or any camping fees for all of the astronomers and family members that stay at the private main office camping area for up to three nights (July 29,30,31). Those who wish to stay other nights than those mentioned will have to reserve a site themselves at the main group area (Armstrong Brook), and will be subject to the usual camping fees and park entrance fees for those extra nights