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A popular sand beach offering supervised swimming, picnicking and a boat launch
The park includes Roys Island, a largely undeveloped area in a highly developed and fragmented landscape. One critically imperiled bird species is found within the park.
Potential for coastal processes and habitats
One of a limited number of high quality public beaches on the North Shore; regionally to provincially significant; currently discussing partnership opportunities for trail development on Roys Island
Warm water swimming, boat launch, picnicking, potential for trail development
One of busiest in the Province, exact numbers unknown
Park road used by Roys Island residents for access.
Susceptible to coastal processes (storm events with high tide surge or wind driven waves) that cause site erosion.
Salt marsh adjacent to park.