Mactaquac Provincial Park

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Mactaquac Provincial Park
IUCN category II (national park)
Étang de castor Mactaquac.JPG
Beaver pond in Mactaquac Provincial Park
Location Mactaquac, New Brunswick, Canada
Nearest city Fredericton
Area 5.25 square kilometres (2.03 sq mi)
Established 1960s
Visitors n/a (in 2009[1])
Governing body Government of New Brunswick

Mactaquac Provincial Park is a Canadian provincial park with an area of 5.25 square kilometres (2.03 sq mi). It is located on the Saint John River 15 kilometres west of Fredericton, New Brunswick in the community of Mactaquac.

The park was created in the 1960s during the construction of the Mactaquac Dam. It contains a golf course, campground, two beaches, hiking trails, and cross-country skiing trails in the winter.


There are activities such as kayaking, hiking, cross-country skiing, swimming and fresh water beaches.

  1. ^ New Brunswick Department of Tourism & Parks New Brunswick Tourism Indicators Summary Report 2009 , April 2010

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Coordinates: 45°57′32.49″N 66°53′33.2″W / 45.9590250°N 66.892556°W / 45.9590250; -66.892556