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Eagle Hill Nature Trail, Roosevelt-Campobello International Park

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Acadian Coastal South Region


The Acadian Coastal South Region is made up of mainly flat coastal trails. The region is known for its long sand dunes and warm beaches. Kouchibougac National Park is one of two national parks in the province and includes the boardwalk and 7 kilometre dune at Kelly's Beach.

A longer dune can be found in Bouctouche. The Bouctouche Dune is a 12 kilometre long dune that juts out into the Northumberland Strait and surrounds Bouctouche Bay.

If you are on your way to or from Prince Edward Island check out the Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Area at the start of the Confederation Bridge.


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