Located in the heart of the city, the Campground is just off Route 1 from exit 125 or 129. Just 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) from the Uptown and even closer to a major grocery store, the Campground has easy access to any supplies and services you may need.
The Rockwood Park Campground has a total of 189 sites available. There are 112 full service site (water, electric & sewer), 34 partially service sites ( water &electric ), 41 tent sites and 2 cabins. Included in these numbers there are 28 full service sites available, 1 partially service site available and 6 group tenting sites under the Seasonal Site program. To inquire about our seasonal site program please email us directly at email@example.com. There are hot showers and restrooms for men and women, as well as laundry and internet services. It is a short walk to the Lily Lake Pavilion with boat rentals, supervised swimming, and delicious meals at Lily’s Lakeside.
Best of all, Rockwood is one of Canada’s largest municipal parks with well-marked hiking and biking trails and nine lakes to explore. From the Kiwanis Playground and the Bark Park to the mountain bike training centre and 18-hole golf course, there’s fun for all your family members. You could spend an entire summer playing in the Park and still not see it all!
Please call the kiosk regarding closing times for arrivals at the campground for your site: 506-652-4050, or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
$31/day • $170/week
RVs or Trailers (Full or Semi-Serviced)
$41/day • $215/week
All prices add: sales tax @ 15% HST, and Levy @ 3.5%.
*Prices subject to change.
Rockwood Park Campground is privately operated by the Saint John Horticultural Association.
Campers have a choice of settings from open RV sites to semi- wooded trailer and tenting sites.
Our Facility Offers:
- 106 full-serviced sites – 30 amps
- 40 semi-serviced sites – 30 amps
- 46 unserviced (tent) sites
- Hot showers and restrooms
- Laundry facilities
- Dump stations
- Wireless internet at central laundry and surrounding area
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