Great Canadian Parks / New Brunswick

Kouchi- bouguac National Park
New Brunswick

 
 
 
Kouchibouguac Banff National Park Quiz


Kouchibouguac National Park was set aside in 1969 as part of our national park system to preserve a representative sample of the Appalachian Geographical region, an example of outstanding Canadian landscape and one of the last vestiges of a maritime lowland system. Located in southeastern New Brunswick, about 100 kilometres north of Moncton, it protects 238 square kilometres of habitat for plants and wildlife along the shores of Kouchibouguac River, at the northern end of Northumberland Strait. Aboriginal people, Acadians and English populations are representative of the park’s cultural heritage.

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