Jun 23 | Free admission to provincial parks

FREDERICTON – Entrance to several provincial parks will be free on Canada Day and New Brunswick Day in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday.

“As part of our Getting away is closer than you think campaign, I am inviting New Brunswickers to rediscover our amazing province,” said Tourism, Heritage and Culture Minister John Ames. “A visit to one of our parks is an excellent day trip or mini-getaway.”

Located throughout the province, the parks offer a wide variety of experiences. The following will be offering free gate admission:

Parlee Beach

Mactaquac

Mount Carleton

Murray Beach

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Herring Cove

Sugarloaf

New River Beach

Hopewell Rocks

The tourism industry is an important job creator, employing more than 42,000 people in New Brunswick, and it

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