5 Attractions around Moncton

5 Attractions around Moncton

Ready to embark on a journey filled with natural wonders, historical marvels, and open road freedom? With our new location nestled in the heart of Moncton, New Brunswick, adventure awaits just outside your camper van door. Let’s dive into the top destinations awaiting your exploration!


Hopewell Rocks , Hopewell Cape

Located on Hopewell Cape, are a geological marvel sculpted by the highest tides on Earth in the Bay of Fundy. Explore the sea caves, take a stroll amid the imposing rock formations, and take in the striking variations brought about by the varying tides.

After dodging the Bay of Fundy’s legendary tides, you’ll be glad your Karma Campervan is as sturdy as these rocks – just make sure it’s parked safely on higher ground!

Ministers Island, Saint Andrews

A historic mansion originally held by railway mogul Sir William Van Horne is located on Ministers Island, which is reachable by a sandbar at low tide in Saint Andrews. Discover the island’s interesting history as you explore the perfectly kept mansion, gardens, and gorgeous pathways. Strolling through the lavish mansion and the estate, you’ll realize that you’ve got the ultimate mobile mansion – your Karma Campervan, complete with all the comforts of home.

Mount Carleton, Northesk

Mount Carleton welcomes all nature enthusiasts! Northesk’s Mount Carleton is the highest peak in the Maritimes. Hike its trails, enjoy the spectacular vistas, and immerse yourself in the tranquillity of the woods. Scaling the Maritimes’ highest peak is no small feat, but at least you won’t have to worry about hauling a heavy tent uphill – that’s the beauty of van camping!

Shediac, New Brunswick

You can’t miss a photo session, with the Giant Lobster located in the Rotary Park. The town boasts more than 12 kilometers of trails and bike paths, which trails from the downtown core to the neighboring Pointe du Chêne and extends to Parlee Beach Provincial Park. The town has Fancy traditional acadian meals, delicious local seafood, Canadian and international dishes, which can take you on a gastronomy journey. Locally acclaimed restaurants like Menu Acadien, The Sandbar (got the best view of Shediac Bay), Chez Linda, Dixie Lee and many more.

Fundy National Park, Alma

In the dense forests near Alma, is the Fundy National Park which hosts fun activities and fully equipped camping grounds. Don’t forget your rubber boots to explore the ocean floor during the low tide. The park has fun trails like, Goose River trail (11 kms, one way) which opens up to the beautiful view of Goose river and Matthew Head trail (5 kms, loop), which unlocks the view of mighty Bay of Fundy.

Book your Karma Campervan, pick up the amazing van at the Moncton location, hit the road, and prepare to embark on an adventure of a lifetime, where every twist and turn reveals a new and unforgettable experience.

Click here to reserve your Karma Campervan and discover rugged natural beauty, towering trees, glistening glacial lakes, and tasty treats.

Happy Camping! We hope this guide helps you find your basecamp for adventure. Don’t forget to share your travels with us on social media using #GoodCamping and tagging @KarmaCampervans.


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