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Beach complex features a change area, washrooms, showers, sandy shores and some of the warmest saltwater swimming in northeastern North America. Wildlife viewing.
Provincial park featuring an inviting community seaside campground with cabins and a view of the Confederation Bridge. Warm saltwater and sandy beach.
With picturesque campground, hiking and cycling trails, you will be able to learn about the geology and the wildlife of the island.
Freshwater swimming beach (supervised in the afternoons), change rooms, playground equipment, fishing and boat launch. Trout fishing at Silver Lake as well.
Visit one of the city’s many public beaches where you can soak up the sun and swim the day away.
Unsupervised freshwater beach with beautiful scenic views all around. Playground, picnic area and charcoal BBQ on site.
Unsupervised saltwater beach, washrooms, showers, food service, tennis court, playground and walking trail. Wildlife-viewing site. Campground just a few steps from the bay.
Supervised saltwater beach located at the majestic Bathurst Harbour. Change rooms, washrooms, boardwalk, playground and a full-service marina.
Parlee Beach boasts the warmest salt water in Canada. Supervised beach, change houses, showers, playground, restaurant, amphitheatre, campground and a fun-filled schedule of recreational activities.
A park showcasing 525 ha (1,300 acres) of outdoor adventure and wildlife. Enjoy the recreation centre, play golf, dine, hike, windsurf, camp, kayak, canoe, fish or swim. Open year-round
Supervised beach with 25 km of golden sand dunes at Kouchibouguac Provincial Park. Relax, swim and build a sandcastle. Access to change rooms, washrooms, showers and a food concession.
An island retreat; beach, camping, hiking trails (some of which were used by the Roosevelt family), golf, dining, kayaking, whale-watching and birdwatching.
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