Murray Beach Provincial Park
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- Murray Beach Provincial Park
Murray Beach Provincial Park is a campground / RV park located in Little Shemogue.
Murray Beach Provincial Park located in Murray Corner, just off route 955, is one of New Brunswick's best kept secrets. Large, spacious sites, two-way hook ups, a playground and laundry facility make this a wonderful family vacation location.
Murray Beach is an ideal spot to relax during your tour of the southeastern portion of New Brunswick's Acadian Coastal Drive. In particular, you'll want to take in the breathtaking view of sunrises over dramatic ocean waters. This provincial park is just a few kilometres east of the spectacular Cape Jourimain Nature Centre and the Confederation Bridge. Birdwatchers will fall in love with the avian bounty to be found in this area. There are lots of activities and attractions in the vicinity, including sea kayaking, farmers markets, lighthouses, covered bridges, festivals and historic sites. Murray Beach Provincial Park has an inviting community seaside campground with playground, picnic areas and an unsupervised saltwater beach that offers change houses and washrooms. Murray Beach is truly one of New Brunswick's best-kept secrets. A wonderful family vacation location. Find out for yourself!
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Reviews for Murray Beach Provincial Park, Little Shemogue
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Murray Beach Provincial Park
This campground is a gem. The sites are spacious and the park setting is beautiful. There are open sites as well as wooded ones. The walking trails are nice and nothing beats a walk along the shore doing some beach combing. The staff are friendly and very helpful. The sandbars are great fun at low tide. But the most amazing feature of the park is the incredible sunsets. Breathtaking!
Positives: Location, nature, loads of space.
Negatives: Season is too short. Should be open into the fall.
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