From beautiful beaches to old-growth forests, New Brunswick offers many unforgettable camping locations. However, you don’t have to ‘rough it’ when you want to see these amazing places. Glamping has recently become extremely popular in New Brunswick, so now there are campgrounds around the province that offer glamping options. Here are just 15 places to go glamping in New Brunswick.
Glamp Camp Conveniently located between Moncton, Fredericton, Saint John and the US borders, hidden away on the 90-acre wooded property is Glamp Camp. You can stargaze in one of their 10 luxury fully-equipped stargazer domes. Each dome comes with its own outdoor wood-fired hot tub, which is great for forest bathing.
6054 Route 105, Waterborough
Miramichi Treehouse & Camping Adventures
Life is better in the trees, so get ready to spend some time hanging out in the them with Miramichi Treehouse & Camping Adventures. Sleeping up to 7 people, these treehouses are like nothing like you have ever seen before. If you prefer to keep your feet on the ground, there are also traditional cottages and tent sites around the park that you can stay at.
116 North Black River Road, Black River Bridge
Pick from relaxing in a rustic log cabin or a dome and enjoy spending time in nature. On the Kingston Peninsula, Ridgeback Lodge offers romantic getaways from it all. Disconnect from the digital world and reconnect with each other and nature without having to rough it.
86 Old Reach Road, Kingston
Dominion Hill Glamping
Relax on the Bay of Fundy while enjoying the modern comforts that glamping has to offer. The Wabanaki Glamping Site is the latest addition to Dominion Hill. It is just a short walk to the inn and the wellness centre. Go on a mountain bike ride or hike the trails to see the nearby Digdeguash tidal bay and waterfall.
990 Reardon Road, Digdeguash
Cielo Glamping Maritime Disconnect from it all and take full advantage of all that nature has to offer. On the shore of the Acadian Peninsula, you can spend the night star glazing in a pearl. Pearls are domes that come packed with modern comforts without phones, TV, or Wi-Fi. Open year-round, Cielo offers a getaway from the hassle of everyday life.
232 Chemin des Huitres, Haut-Shippagan
Yurt in Fundy National Park
Spend the night in the Fundy National Park without the hassle of setting up your own camp by staying in a Yurt. Located in the Headquarters campground, there are 5 different 20 foot in diameter yurts that you can choose from. The park also has oTENTiks, Rustic Cabins, and Oasis that you can choose from to glamp in.
Stay in a lighthouse, covered bridge, or chuckwagon shaped glamping units. Wake up surrounded by nature and breathtaking views of the Bay of Fundy, Shepody Marshland, and the Nova Scotia Coastline. Broadleaf Ranch also offers cabins, and a campground to keep the adventure going.
5526 Route 114, Hopewell Hill
1 Halcomb Road, Lyttleton
Ponderosa Pines Wake up to views of Hopewell Rocks, forest and a lake at Ponderosa Pines. Offering private cottages and cabins, camping has never been easier. Relax by the campfire, take a dip in the pool or the lake or just spend some time reconnecting with each other.
4325 Route 114, Hopewell Cape
Schooner Point Log Cabins
Plan a relaxing getaway to enjoy the rustic surroundings and beautiful views of Miramichi Bay. Up to four people can stay in the cabins at Schooner Point Log Cabins. If you want to do some exploring, the Cabins are just minutes away from Kouchibougac National Park, Macdonald Farm, Ritchie Wharf Park, and Miramichi Drag Way Park.
130 Murdoch Road, Napan
Pioneer Lodge & Log Cabins
A hidden gem for hunters and anglers, as well as couples and families looking to get away from the hustle of the big city. Each of the three cabins can sleep up to six people and has a wood stove to fight off the chill at night. The lodge is close-by with a pool table, books, DVDs and board games to keep everyone busy on rainy days.
410 Cumberland Bay South Road, Cumberland Bay
Red Rock Lodges & Campground
Relax in comfort at one of the 4 beautiful lodges at Red Rock Lodges & Campground. Each lodge is the epitome of a ‘home away from home’ with all the conveniences. It is located on the banks of the Little South West Miramichi River, which is world-famous for Atlantic Salmon Fly Fishing. The lodges are also a great place to get away for a relaxing weekend and for family gatherings.
Gather up the family and get ready for a fantastic camping adventure. While you will need to set up your own campsite, they offer lots of fun family activities around the park. The newest attractions are the water park and the inflatable water slide. The park is close-by to other attractions, so there is something for the whole family to enjoy.
11 220 Highway 11, Pokemouche
Century Farm Family Campground
Spend the night, relaxing in a rustic camping cabin close to the beach at Century Farm Family Campground. The rocky beach is just a short walk from the cabins, where you can watch the Bay of Fundy come and go and even do some beachcombing. Throughout the season, the campground hosts a number of events for all ages.
67 Ocean Wave Drive, St. Martins
Get ready for a camping adventure at the largest private tourist establishment on the Acadian peninsula. You can set up your campsite or stay at one of the three ready to camp chalet next to the Motel. Everyone will love the Aquatic Park with the salt pool and paddling pool.
913 Boulevard des Acadiens, Bertran
Creekside RNR Glamping offers a geodesic dome camping experience. Sleep under the stars, surrounded by beautiful views of the river, and nature.
4865 NB-134, Cocagne
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