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A scenic camping and day-use park rich in history overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and St. Peters Canal National Historic Site.
41 campsites, open for camping from June to September.
This park protects several sites of archaeological significance and abuts St. Peters Canal Historic Site.
Regionally significant opportunity to interpret cultural heritage themes; interpretive displays
Regionally significant opportunity on Route 4. Adjacent to St. Peter’s Canal, the most important tourism infrastructure node in the region.
Camping, picnicking, hiking, boating, beach access
Spruce Bark beetle damage may require restoration program to remove dead and dying trees in areas of public use and to re-establish a more suitable forest cover.