There are a total of six lakes in Harvey; Lake George, Yoho Lake, Harvey Lake, Magaguadavic Lake and Oromocto Lake. There are also many campgrounds in the Harvey area available for both trailers and tents.
Located near the village of Harvey, Harvey Lake is a popular attraction. There is a dock and boat launch. Railroad track run along the edge of the water at the base of Cherry Mountain. Right next to the lake is Taylor Field where the annual Raymand Donnely Baseball Tournament takes place.
Lake George Family Campground
This campground has 27 tenting or trailor sites, each with it's own campfire ring and picnic table. Also at the park are changing houses, dry toilets, picnic areas, chopped firewood for campfires, a sandy beach and a ramp for launching boats. The Park is open for the general public for swimming for a small entrance fee for cars.
Due to Covid-19 Lake George Family Campground is operating under the guidelines of the Province of New Brunswick. All visitors to the campground will be given a questionnaire to ensure they are not currently affected by the Covid virus. We are promoting social distancing and encourage visitors and campers to wear a mask if they cannot be social distanced. Some of our normal activities are restricted this year but we will try and make your visit as enjoyable as possible. If you have any questions please contact us at 506-366-2933.
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Magaguadavic Trailer Park
Magaguadavic Trailer Park is located at Farm Point. It has 6 sites, each with electric and water hookups and picnic tables. The park also has flush toilets and a shower house. A dumping station is located near the park. A canteen is within easy walking distance of the park. No dogs, open fires or fires on the beach are allowed.
Yoho Lake is situated in York County, approximately 30 km southwest of Fredericton. Significant cottage development began in the 50s and has continued to the present with the shoreline almost completely utilized. While originally for seasonal use, many of the cottages have been upgraded for year round and several permanent homes have been erected. Increased highway access and road improvements have aided development and plans exist for development beyond the shoreline strip. The lake supports moderate fishing pressure for both native and stocked salmonids. Smallmouth bass have also been introduced. The main activity on the lake however appears to be recreational boating and swimming.
Woolastook Park is located just minutes off the Trans Canada Highway. Take Exit 258, then follow Route 102 South. Woolastook Park is just across the steel bridge. They have several rustic cabins as well as a log home available to rent. Woolastook offers to cater jamborees, outdoor concerts and weddings. Park features include; a beach area, day park, miles of biking and hiking trails, a 9 hole pitch and putt (free to campers), kayaks, canoes, bikes, volleyball, horseshoe pits, wildlife and the most beautiful views of the St John river. Woolastook is also home to the World's longest picnic table! Click here to visit their website.