Spent two unplanned hours here instead of at Kouchibouguac National Park up the road due to car problems, waiting for the mechanic appointment time. The lovely young ladies at the tourist info centre directed us here when we expressed disappointment at not being able to get to the beach as planned, it was a wonderful suggestion. No entrance fee (though donations are gratefully accepted), beach for swimming for the non-faint-of-heart (there is seaweed, maybe sharp-edged shells, and bits of occasional crab carcass washed up on shore), and a wonderful boardwalk that follows the dune and allows great views out to the Atlantic.
It is not busy, very easy to find a good spot on the sand to stretch out your towel, or for those who found it too hot, possible to take refuge in the shade of the boardwalk. Need to bring all drinks and snacks as no concession stand, and need to be prepared for the fact that the restroom facilities follow ecological composting principles.
Otherwise, this is a gem on New Brunswick coast.
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