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Murray Beach Provincial Park, New Brunswick

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National Park
Murray Beach Provincial Park, is a provincial park in the Province of New Brunswick, Canada. Located on Route 955 on the Northumberland Strait near the Little Shemogue River.
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TripAdvisor
  • we enjoyed our walk here and we have been to this beach before on previous trips to New Brunswick, we were walking for a few hours and the weather was warm and a nice breeze blowing as we have found t...  more »
  • The campground and beach really are great. nice view. a bit windy on the side of the ocean. There seemed to be a lot of rules, which must be due to yearly customers.  more »
  • This is a beautiful off the beaten path family campground with both wooded and field type sites. we stayed 3 nights in a tent as a family of 4.There are comfort shelters nearby to wash dishes or use t...  more »
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  • Great place for outdoor camping although usually very windy. It was quiet during all our stay. The staff is also very friendly and helpful and facilities were cleaned everyday. As a bonus, you don't have to pay for taking a shower. They are also very accommodating : during the day after our first night, our tent fell over on its side because of the wind and when asked they told us we could choose any available lot to move to without any additional fees. We chose a lot with more trees and we didn't have any more issues for the rest of our stay.
  • It was late in the camping season when I went. Had the beach all to myself. Wake up and can see the beach. And all the washrooms and changing rooms were clean and nice.
  • Excellent staff. Very friendly. A quiet family campground. Very friendly.
  • Windy but lovely. Staff is incredible, they helped me fight a racoon at 1am when I forgot the #1 rule of camping: never leave any food out.
  • Awesome time I for sure will be going back