Travel Southwestern Nova Scotia:
Port Maitland Beach, Bay of Fundy
Port Maitland Beach, located at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy just off Highway 101 (Exit 33), is a great spot to stop off at for a picnic or just to stroll the sand. This park is cared for by the Province of Nova Scotia. It's very well maintained and provides visitors with picnic tables, change rooms, and running water.
The picnic area is separated from the beach by a high hedge of beach roses that grow wild along the shores of the Bay of Fundy. Once on Port Maitland Beach you'll see why it is a favored spot by the local people. As you walk along the beach you can find pieces of driftwood and shells that you can take home as souvenirs of Atantic Canada.
At the one end of the beach is a large wall that towers above the beach at low tide. This is the Port Maitland wharf. Take a walk on the wharf and see the fishing boats of the local fishermen. If you're here late in the evening you can walk out to the end of the wharf or sit in your vehicle in the Port Maitland Beach parking lot and you'll be able to watch the sun set into the Bay of Fundy.
Places like Port Maitland beach and wharf are what can make for a very memorable vacation. So, why not add a trip to Port Maitland Beach to your list of places to tour the next time you visit the shores of the Bay of Fundy.
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