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Burntcoat Head Park, Noel

4.7
#20 of 162 in Parks in Nova Scotia
Scenic Walking Area Nature / Park
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  • Never experienced tides before, this was the place! Low tide was AMAZING water dropping two feet in ten minutes! To walk on the oceans floor amazing! Displaying Mother Nature carving of the ocean was ...  more »
  • This is one of the worlds great wonders . The ocean dramatically raises and lowers based on the moon, 52 feet. There's is a lighthouse do you walk down to the ocean floor at low tide of course. The vi...  more »
  • Being able to stand on the ocean floor is truly an awe inspiring experience. Be sure to time your visit at low tide and be sure to be back up in the park by the time the tide starts rising. Prepare to...  more »
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  • Beautiful sunsets. Views are amazing! Walk along the ocean floor and discover Nature's wonder... Great place for a picnic. Keep coming back... always something new to see.... 💗
  • Great place. Very impressive. Well maintained. Nice staff.
  • Beautifully kept area, new stairs and foot cleaning area are great! Washroom facilities great improvement too!
  • Impressive tide viewing. Rocks are somewhat difficult to descend to base. When tide is out you can explore a very large area. But know when the tide comes in as it can be very dangerous.
  • Nice stop of you need a break from driving. The lighthouse is a replica after the Canadian federal government violently burned down the original. The locals seem to still resent this federally-induced arson. You can climb to the very top of the lighthouse if you like. The grounds are pretty, nice for a walk. "Flower pot" island and red sandstone beaches were interesting and unique views. If you stay long, you will see the amazing Fundy tide: 50ft vertical tidal action. The visitor center has a video and info on the total action. Public restroom and gift shop with snacks in the visitor center.