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Parlee Beach Provincial Park

 45 Parlee Beach Rd, Pointe-du-Chêne
  May 22 - Sep 20

Address

45 Parlee Beach Rd, Pointe-du-Chêne

Phone

 (506) 123-4567

Email

ac.bng@eelrap

One of North America’s finest beaches, Parlee boasts the warmest salt water in Canada and has been awarded the Blue Flag international eco-certification. You’ll be amazed at the variety of activities offered at the park, including a supervised swimming beach, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, football, a sand-sculpture competition, and daily scheduled sports activities. The park’s seaside campground boasts over 210 campsites on a beautifully-groomed property.

Nearby you'll also find shopping centres and boutiques, marinas, restaurants, accommodations, cultural activities and the World’s Largest Lobster sculpture. Come spend an enjoyable day in the sun at one of the most happening beaches around!

Please note that all park events are weather-dependent. Should you have any questions, please call the park prior to your arrival.


 Camping

Parlee Beach Provincial Park’s Campground

Parlee Beach Provincial Park’s campground is ideally located, only a 10-minute walk from the warm saltwater beach. On-site, the campground offers a campers store, amphitheatre, change houses, showers, washrooms, playground, picnic area and plenty of parking.

Date Jun 1 - Oct 1
Site Types Electrical, Non-Serviced

Phone

 (800) 561-0123

 (506) 533-3363

 Trails

1 - Parlee Beach

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Length :4.5 km/2.79 mi. (Linear)
Estimated Time :10.0 h
Difficulty :Easy

2 - Parlee Beach

This sandy beach is great for swimming and sandcastles but is also flanked with grassy marshes on either end. They provide wonderful spots to explore and find shorebirds and waterfowl. Lookout towers and prime beachcombing along the Northumberland Strait.

Length :1.0 km/0.62 mi. (Linear)
Estimated Time :0.75 h
Difficulty :Easy

3 - Downtown to Parlee Beach

From the Downtown to Pointe-du-Chêne Trail travel through the woods on this wide gravel trail. Continue across Parlee Beach Road and through the woods again before emerging into a field near Parlee Beach.

Length :1.0 km/0.62 mi. (Linear)
Estimated Time :0.75 h
Difficulty :Easy
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