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A pleasant picnic park on Isle Madame with two kilometres of shoreline, an operating lighthouse and site of former post office (c.1910), ferry terminal and two limestone quarries
Site of former post office, ferry landing and quarries, operating lighthouse
Close to 100 series highway; provides opportunities for picnicking, beach access, boat launching, well-used
Front country hiking, picnicking, coastal access, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, wildlife viewing, fishing
Moderately well used year round by residents of Isle Madame and tourists in season
Partnership with Friends of Isle Madame Parks,
Lease agreement with Canadian Coast Guard (lighthouse)
Susceptible to coastal processes (storm events with high tide surge or wind driven waves) that cause site erosion.
Spruce Bark beetle damage may require ecological restoration program to remove dead and dying trees in areas of public use to re-establish a more suitable forest cover.