Murray Beach Walk
|Estimated Time||1 hour return|
|Elevation Change||5 metres|
|Trail Markers||none but easy to follow|
|Maintenance Rating||well maintained|
For directions to the park go to the Murray Beach Provincial Park page.
After entering the park you will soon come to the gatehouse. There is a day use fee to use the park during the summer months. After paying your fee keep left and drive towards the shore. By the shore you will find a small parking lot next to a shelter overlooking the beach. Park here.
Access the beach in front of the small parking lot. Turn left and you will follow a sandy beach for close to a kilometer. The beach ends where a small stream crosses. Turn right on the beach near the parking lot and the shore is made up of large round rocks on top of flat bedrock that is eroding out of cliff face. The cliff is made of red soil. The snail and barnacle covered rocks are fun to explore. The beach soon turns a corner where on a clear day you can see the Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island. Keep walking and the cliffs get smaller. At this point you are crossing in front of private lots.
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Trail Last Hiked: May 31, 2017.
Page Last Updated: November 11, 2017.