Murray Beach is an ideal spot to relax during your tour of the southeastern portion of New Brunswick's Acadian Coastal Drive. You'll want to take in the breathtaking views of sunrises and sunsets over the mighty Northumberland Strait, enjoy stunning vistas of the world-famous Confederation Bridge and visit the nearby Cape Jourimain Nature Centre. Birdwatchers will fall in love with the avian bounty to be found in this area.
There are lots of activities and attractions nearby, including sea kayaking, farmers markets, lighthouses, covered bridges, festivals and historic sites.
Murray Beach’s unsupervised, warm saltwater and sandy beach is the perfect place to go beachcombing, escape the daily routine and re-energize the soul with the sounds of the sea. Pets are not allowed on the beach, but they are allowed on leash in the rest of the park. Change houses, washrooms, playground and picnic areas are available on site.
Murray Beach Provincial Park has an inviting community seaside campground with 111 sites and 8 cabins for you to enjoy. The sounds of the sea invite you at Murray Beach!
The large rocks eroding out of the red soil hill are interesting to explore. You can find waterfowl and snails on the rocks, or build a sandcastle in the sand.
Rows of pine trees keep you on the trail along a field and the campground. Enjoy views of the ocean from the clifftops. Pass gnarly larch trees as you complete the loop through the woods.
Pitch your tent, bring your RV, or enjoy the ease of one of our roofed accommodations.