Kouchibouguac National Park
This campground is located along the lagoon near a fishing wharf (Loggiecroft), the Osprey hiking trail and gives access to the Park's 60 km network of cycling paths. Côte-à-Fabien Campground: the perfect destination for campers looking for a quiet, picturesque and more isolated area.
This campground is smaller (31 sites) and is located in a more isolated area of the park. This unserviced campground has only dry toilets and hand pumps for water. Ten of the 31 sites are walk-in sites, the other 21 sites are drive-ins. Campers who reserve walk-in sites must park their vehicles and carry their camping gear to the site. The distance can be as far as 200 meters.
For a truly unique experience, try one of the 5 Ôasis accommodations.
Offered at this campground
- A total of 31 unserviced sites are available for reservations
- 5 Ôasis
- Amenities include outhouses and fire pits
- Access to a hiking trail
Group camping is closed until further notice.
The Côte-à-Fabien group tenting facility offers a wide range of services. Reservations must be made in advance by calling 506‑876‑2443.
Available for organized groups only. It is located near the Loggiecroft wharf and near the Osprey nature trail. Its five sites (25 persons per site) each have a fireplace, five picnic tables and a flagstaff.
Côte-à-Fabien group tenting also offers a large group kitchen shelter with two wood stoves and tables, recycling bins, pit toilets, well water and a playing field. There are no showers. A public telephone is available at the Loggiecroft fishing wharf.
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