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Mactaquac Provincial Park, New Brunswick
(3.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • We spent three nights camping here. Although we had some pretty cold weather, as well as rain, we had a great timd. Our kids absolutely loved the recreation centre. They could borrow all kinds of spor...  more »
  • This park was our first nights stay on a two week camping road trip and we loved it. It was very clean, sites were great and it was a great location. We stayed on site 265 and it was right next to the...  more »
  • If you want peace c is to be avoided. Dogs are allowed and they jappaient so much that sometimes I had the impression of being in a shelter. Campsite, correct staff and washroom.
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  • Of favourite campground to go to. This place has tons of room for the kids to play. It has a nice beach and a rec Hall with things of stuff to do and great staff. The Canteen is just me but they have lots of ice to keep things cool. We like the rustic shelters but you need to reserve then in advance as they're quite popular.
  • This is a great family park. So many things to do especially if you love the outdoors. Really like how the trails around the beaver ponds are developed. The kids love catching frogs and doing a scavenger hunt. Beach is nice and golf course is great.
  • Just leaving and have to say, I wouldn't pay anymore than $28 night. Although beautiful spot, had to share water, good thing we had neighbors with an extra hose to reach. No power the first night and service was terrible. Young kids, no motivation and extremely slow to help. Park needs some love and perhaps a service refresher.
  • Great campground. #2 is perfect for kids. Rec center has lots of activities for children.
  • For $28 a night, what do you expect? But seriously the park was nice and the staffs were very friendly. I go camping a lot and this is comparable to decent parks like Darlington in Ontario, just decent with lots of younger crowds and parties. You won't be disappointed but furthermore there's no wow factor.