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Oceanfront Camping in St Andrews, NB

Operated by the Kiwanis Club of St Andrews. Open to the public.

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A glorious combination...

Park your rig right in town alongside the ocean and explore our wonderful historic town!

Located right on the ocean in historic St. Andrews by-the-Sea, our spacious, full service campground overlooks beautiful Passamaquoddy Bay. The ocean is at your doorstep, allowing you to enjoy fresh breezes, a relaxed pace, and an opportunity to explore the tidal floor and our delightful shiretown. From “pup tent” to “big-rig” you are welcome and guaranteed to have a pleasant stay.

St. Andrews, New Brunswick is just a short 20 minute drive from the Maine border and only 2 hours from Bar Harbor, Maine. Our facility is conveniently located. Most of the attractions in the town of St. Andrews are within walking distance and every Thursday there is a wonderful Farmer’s Market downtown. So come down and join us. Just pitch your tent or park your RV and you’re ready to enjoy golfing, biking, walking tours, adventure tours, whale watching, leisurely walks to unique shops and restaurants, museums, aquariums, parks, and more!

Spring, Summer, and Fall each bring their own enjoyable pastimes. At any time of the year St. Andrews offers you that special gift of aaahhh… Complete relaxation!

Oceanfront Full Hookup

April to October
Oceanfront full hook-up sites offer the best views in town! $51.00 per night includes taxes. Our season runs from early April to the end of October. Be sure to book early! Caravans are welcome!...
$51/Night
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Visiting St Andrews

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St. Andrews is a National Historic District and a treasure trove of beautiful architecture, unparalleled scenery and rich marine life. As a bustling resort, St Andrews is steeped in history and small-town Canada pride.