Here’s a breathtaking beach to add to your summer bucket list in Canada. Known as one of the ‘finest beaches’ in North America, Parlee Beach in New Brunswick is the stuff of daydreams. Soft sand, beautiful scenery, and the warmest saltwater in the country – what more could we ask for?!

At the provincial park, visitors can peruse a charming boutique and enjoy local bites and microbrews on the Euston Park Patio, soaking up every last bit of sunshine in the process.

Campers can stay overnight at one of over 210 campsites, located 10 minutes away from the warm saltwater beach, with no shortage of amenities at their disposal. This includes a campers store, changing houses, showers, washrooms, playground, amphitheatre, and plenty of parking.

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According to NB Parks, Parlee is becoming universally accessible, with a mobi-mat rolled out from the sidewalk to the water and a new comfort station offering male, female, and gender-neutral family washrooms with accessible features.

Note that dogs are not permitted on the beach apart from service animals.

Looking for even more fun to have on your trip? Visitors will find an array of shopping centres, marinas, restaurants, accommodations, and cultural activities nearby – as well as the World’s Largest Lobster sculpture!

So there you have it, beach lovers. Consider this your sign to plan a trip to NB!

Parlee Beach Provincial Park 

Where: 45 Parlee Beach Rd, Pointe-du-Chêne, New Brunswick