Parlee Beach Provincial Park: Why It's Worth Visiting the Canadian Point of Interest

I have lived in Moncton, New Brunswick, my whole life. Parlee Beach Provincial Park is one of the most popular places to visit in our area, so I thought it would be a good idea to write about Parlee Beach Provincial Park as a Canadian point of interest for people who are visiting or thinking about visiting Parlee Beach Provincial Park in Moncton New Brunswick, Canada.

 

Cultural and Historical Background

Parlee Beach is located on the north side of Parlee Island and has both sandy and rocky beaches that stretch around 3 km long. This beach offers visitors stunning views of the Bay des Chaleurs, an excellent place for fishing, boating, kayaking, or just relaxing at the water's edge.

The park was established in 1955. Parlee Beach Park is a New Brunswick provincial park located on Parlee Island. It features sandy and rocky beaches that stretch around three kilometres long, with the Bay of Fundy as its backdrop. The beach offers visitors stunning views of the bay, which makes for an excellent place to go fishing or boating during the summer months…

 

Park Hours and Fees

Parlee Beach Provincial Park begins at dawn but closes at dusk for the rest of the year. June to mid-September, Parlee Beach is open from sunrise until 11 pm. Parlee Beach Park is also available on weekends from noon until sunset during peak season (the last two weeks in July and the first week of August).

There are washrooms, a playground, and change rooms available on site. Pets are not allowed on the beach, but they are allowed in the park. Parlee Beach Provincial Park is wheelchair accessible with some difficulty. Parlee Beach Provincial Park has an admission fee of $11 per vehicle or $27 for a yearly pass valid for all provincial parks.

 

Things to Consider

There are a few things to keep in mind if you're looking to visit Parlee Beach, Provincial Park. The park can be pretty busy on weekends during peak season, so it's best to arrive early if you want to find parking and enjoy the beach without too many people around. An admission fee of $11 per vehicle or $27 for a yearly pass to Parlee Beach Provincial Park is also an admission fee.

There are some rules and regulations in Parlee Beach Provincial Park that you must be aware of if you're planning on visiting, such as dogs aren't allowed on the beach. Still, they are allowed in the park, there is no alcohol permitted anywhere within Parlee Beach Provincial Park, and Parlee Beach Provincial Park is a non-smoking area.

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