This is a precious place that I am so glad someone in the past had the foresight to protect. I am very disappointed to hear that the Provincial government let go of all the employees and the responsibility of stewardship for this rare place in 2013. I am happy to report that the takeover by the Boys and Girls Club of Grand Manan did not seem to leave the beautiful park uncared for.
We saw no trash. The pit toilet was clean and scrubbed and did not smell. The grass was cut. It didn't matter to the flocks of birds hanging in the sanctuary and along the beach whether the politicians had abandoned their migratory haven. We visited as the tide was going out and the waves lapped the shore. A wonderful sound! An incredible place! I hope the government will return to their senses and shepherd this park into forever. Thanks to the citizens who saved it this year.
Note: Some of the many hiking trails are wheelchair accessible.
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