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Large, warm-water beach and picnic park on Barrington Bay
Regionally significant protection values; site of ecological significance (dune field); historic features; much of park undeveloped. One, and possibly two, species of vascular plant found within the park is listed as being critically imperiled and one species of bird. One species of bird is listed as imperiled and two species of vascular plants and two species of birds were listed is vulnerable to extirpation or extinction.
Regionally significant opportunities to interpret coastal processes, unique features and historic values
Regionally significant; one of few high quality warm water beaches in Southwestern Nova Scotia; on Lighthouse Route; offers beach access, picnicking, walking
Beach access, swimming, picnicking, bird watching
Susceptible to coastal processes (storm events with high tide surge or wind driven waves) that cause site erosion