Woolastook Park features Nature at its' best! With tons of acreage, beautiful treed lots, wildlife, beach area, miles of biking and hiking trails, a 9 hole pitch and putt (FREE to campers), and the most beautiful views of the St John river, it is hard to imagine a better place to relax and enjoy life!
Our seasonal campground is a place to "Camp Your Worries Away", an excellent opportunity to make new lifelong friends and a place to relax & enjoy nature just minutes from the city. With over 1250 acres within the park, our clients enjoy the peace and tranquility this setting offers as well as the opportunity to be part of our camping community. We aren't heavy on a strict rule set, however our expectation is for our campers to respect others, be mindful and enjoy their time spent here in our park.
If you are a seasonal camper or someone in to visit and looking to speak to us, just look around for our Woolastook Park Jeep fleet. Mike, Aaron or Des will be there to answer your questions and help you out. We look forward to working with everyone and to have you all enjoy the beauty, the tranquility and find great adventures for you and your family as we continue to build our Woolastook Park community.
Pitch & Putt
Woolastook features a custom 9 hole Pitch & Putt that is not Augusta National, but built for campers to have a great time and enjoy a quick round. The course has holes with yardages that range from 95yds to 210yds. It is great for beginners, families and anyone who is looking simply to get out and have some fun.
If you are looking for a seasonal spot, Woolastook has what you need. The park has sites with 3-Way hookup, some with only water & electricity and even unserviced sites for those looking for real privacy and living off the grid.
Lots of biking trails are located on the grounds within Woolastook Park. Plenty of Mountain bikers have come through with rave reviews of what is available. A number of provincial events have been held on the trail system and are there to be enjoyed. Nature has lots to offer and wildlife is plentiful.
Relax and cast
There are plenty of little spots to throw in a line all around the park. The goal is not to catch the big one, but just enjoy the scenery and have fun relaxing by the water. If it gets too hot, you may just want to jump in and cool off.
Head Pond Access
For boaters, there is a rustic slip available that provides access to the beautiful Mactaquac Lake (locally known as the Head Pond). Being above the dam, there is plenty of water and more than enough space to wander around for hours. With inlets for fishing, open water for skiing and swimming, the park is surrounded by these beautiful water views.
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