Melmerby Beach Provincial Park, Little Harbour

Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4.3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
Melmerby Beach Provincial Park''' is a provincial park in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.It is located on the province's North Shore fronting the Northumberland Strait approximately 10km northeast of New Glasgow. The sand barrier beach is approximately 2 km in length and connects Kings Head with Roy Island.The provincial park was established on 26 July 1977.The park takes its name from the sailing barque Melmerby which was wrecked at the beach in 1890 with considerable loss of life.
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  • Easy access to the beach via the well-built boardwalks. Bath house was clean and well-lit. Parking Lot was large and well-marked. Easy to find the Lifeguard Stand. Easy to locate the beach from Hwy 10...  read more »
  • Visited the beach on the 13th August 2016 on a hot Saturday afternoon..! Very well managed beach with Ample parking area, changing rooms, clean washrooms and a low level wooden boardwalk that leads to...  read more »
  • Today a day on this beach. Beautiful beach, wonderful water (not cold) and guarded by life guards. Changing possibilities and toilets near the beach. Seems to be warmest sea waters of Nova Scotia.
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