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Eagle Hill Nature Trail, Roosevelt-Campobello International Park

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Acadian Peninsula and Chaleur Region


The Acadian Peninsula and Chaleur Region has beaches, bogs, and waterfalls. The Region boasts the longest single track hiking trail in the province called the Nepisiguit Mi'gmaq Trail. This 141 kilometre trail follows the Nepisiguit River all the way from Daly Point Nature Preserve in City of Bathurst to Mount Carleton Provincial Park.

In the fall of the year the Miscou Peat Bog Boardwalk is a must see. Peat turns a bright red color in the fall. This short boardwalk takes you to a lookout platform that overlooks a sea of bright red peat. The beaches on either side of the Miscou Island Lighthouse are also an amazing place to explore.


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