Murray Beach Provincial Park
Murray Beach Provincial Park is a campground with a beautiful 1 kilometer sandy beach. The beach makes a great place to walk. At the eastern end of the beach are bluffs made of red soil and large boulders that are eroding into the sea. There is also a trail that circles the perimeter of the campground overlooking the beach and traveling through some interesting rows of pine trees. Near the entrance to the park the trail travels through the woods. In the summer months there is a day use fee to use the park.
Murray Beach Provincial Park is in the southeastern part of New Brunswick not far from the Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island (PEI). To get there follow Route 15 from Shediac for 32 km and then turn left onto Route 955 towards Murray Corner. Follow Route 955 for 15 km and you will see Murray Beach Provincial Park on the left.
If you are coming from PEI take exit 47 just past Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Area and turn right onto Route 955 towards Murray Corner. Travel on Route 955 for 12 km and you will find Murray Beach Provincial Park on the right.
Page Last Updated: November 11, 2017.