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An attractive sand beach on the warm waters of Northumberland Strait
Undeveloped natural area that contributes to regional biodiversity. One bird species found at the park is classed as critically imperilled and one species as vulnerable to extirpation or extinction.
Habitats and coastal processes
One of a few public parks on the North Shore; offers beach access, picnicking
Beach access, swimming, picnicking, carry-in boat opportunity, bird watching
Moderate to high (exact numbers unknown)
Susceptible to coastal processes (storm events with high tide surge or wind driven waves) that cause site erosion.
Issues of park road and parking lot area being used as a public thoroughfare.
Cemetery directly adjoining park that also impacts access.