What goes better during a day by the sea than fresh lobster and an historic lighthouse? Begin your adventure by selecting the picnic basket of your choice at la Terrasse à Steve. You’ll be given a map of Miscou Island with insider tips for exploration and suggestions for finding the perfect site for your picnic. Stop by the Peat Bog Trail, Frye Lake, Wilson’s Point, or one of the many swimming beaches found along the island. Visit the fascinating Miscou Lighthouse for a personal guided tour where you’ll learn about the history of this famous lighthouse. Climb to the top for a not-to-be-missed view of the Gulf of St. Lawrence! Great food and new sights prove all worthwhile in this unique picnic pastime.
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Miscou Island Lighthouse
PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Lighthouse erected in 1856, still active. Original octagonal, wooden tower. Visit this light and enjoy the sweeping view from the top.
The road less travelled leads here... to shores of unspoiled and uncommon beauty... home to a spectacular beach.