Camping at Parlee Beach Provincial Park in New Brunswick is a relaxation site. You can go to the site and enjoy Camping, Hiking, Swimming, Cycling, Fishing and Boating opportunities.
Amenities: Unserviced campsites available, Power and water campsites available, Power water and sewer campsites available, Some campsites are for seasonal rental, Tables provided at campsites, Firewood available on or near campground, Showers available, Flush toilets, Recycling collection at campground, Sewage dumping station, Laundry facilities, Playground, Wheelchair access, Concession or store at campground.
Site Description: This is a very popular campground. Near to Parlee Beach. The ocean water is warm. The campsites are irregularly spaced and have well tended lawns. It is owned by the Government of New Brunswick and operated by the Department of Tourism and Parks. Parlee Beach Provincial Park includes Parlee Beach, arguably the most popular beach in New Brunswick, as well as a 190-site campground, day-use picnic area, restaurant, canteen, amphitheatre, change houses, showers, washrooms, playground and parking for over 1,000 vehicles. The park is open from 8am-10pm during the summer months. Parlee Beach is patrolled by Lifeguard/First Responders from the first weekend of June until Labour Day Weekend in September.
Driving Directions: Located Approximately 3 km east of Shediac on Highway 140 turn north.