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Well maintained saltwater beach. The beach frontage is an ideal location for enjoying nature and a focal point for ecotourism.
Supervised beach with 25 km of golden sand dunes at Kouchibouguac National Park. Relax, swim and build a sandcastle. Access to change rooms, washrooms, showers and a food concession.
These are the Fundy Trail Parkway's beautiful pristine beaches, connected by trails and lined by cliffs and waterfalls.
THE NATURE LOVERS’ RETREAT -- An island retreat; beach, camping, hiking trails (some of which were used by the Roosevelt family), golf, dining, kayaking, whale-watching and birdwatching.
Connect with nature, discover the magical Acadian forest and learn the secrets of the Bay of Fundy’s giant tides. Wildlife viewing.
Ideal for beachcombing and wildlife viewing; rough and rocky terrain.
The 2.5 km beach is sandy and the shoreline is rimmed with an interesting array of cobbled rocks. Picnic shelters and washrooms, along with interpretation panels are found here. Pack a picnic and plan to spend the day.
Unsupervised beach in St. Martins; 5-km (3-mi.) strip of sand and gravel bordering Quaco Bay. Food service.
Unsupervised dunes and discovery beach. Parking and washrooms on site.
Dunn, Friar’s Bay, Raccoon (smooth, sandy, trail). Herring Cove (mile-long, sand and pebble beach, playgrounds, picnic areas). Mill Cove (pebbled, sandy bar).
Discovery beaches provide for hours of beachcombing for driftwood, shells and rocks.
An outstanding saltwater beach for beachcombing, listening to the surf as the waves break on the shore, and wildlife viewing.
Tel: 506-887-2273Toll Free:: 888-423-5454Off-season: 506-887-2273
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