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A popular camping park on the Northumberland Strait.
42 campsites, open for camping from June to October.
Located in an area with limited public lands. This park includes a relatively natural landbase that is home to one imperiled vascular plant species and one imperiled bird species.
Local opportunity to interpret regional themes, including forest, tidal stream and geology.
Regionally significant tourism opportunity on the Northumberland Shore, adjacent to a major provincial entry point. Quality camping base for nearby day use and heritage parks.
Camping, front country hiking, beach access and warm-water swimming, close to other popular beaches.
3,265 Campers; day use unknown
Spruce Bark beetle damage may require ecological restoration program to remove dead and dying trees in areas of public use and to re-establish a more suitable forest cover.