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shediac, new brunswick campgrounds

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i want to camp (tent) next year in the shediac/parlee beach area (within a 5-30 minute drive). most of the campsites i'm finding on the web that take reservations don't look very appealing. side by side campers with little or no trees. can anyone recommend a nice campground where the tent sites have a bit of seclusion with some trees between the sites? a fire pit and clean bathrooms are required otherwise basic is fine. walking distance to a beach would be a great benefit. any suggestions would be appreciated. (the provincial park does not take reservations so that's out.) thanks.

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