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Parlee Beach Provincial Park

2 Reviews
Closed Open on Mon-Fri,8:00am-10:00pm
Address: Pointe-du-Chêne, NB, Canada
Phone: 506-533-3363

What people are saying:

This is the largest lobster producing area in the world. It is said that 40% of the lobster in the world is produced here. It is located under the Confederation Bridge and is a good playground. Its symbol is a huge lobster at the entrance of the park, which is very distinctive. Self-driving friends can come and see if they pass by here, they will definitely have a good harvest.

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  • CFofLL
    Seville, Spain

    Very nice beach

    We visited Parlee Beach on a weekday and it was not too crowded. People appeared to be socially distancing both on the beach itself or in the water, although few on the beach itself were wearing masks...

    Reviewed on /Date(1597564173000+0800)/
  • moms76
    Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

    Amazing beautiful East Coast gem

    Long sandy beach with water that is truly warm in summer. Perfect beach for kids - shallow water and lots of space to build and play and gather sea creatures. Very shallow in close to shore and drops ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1569548403000+0800)/
  • lindapond
    Carleton Place, Ontario

    Access to Parlee Beach is Closed? Sept 20th 2019

    I write a list of my top 10,000 step walks. Two are PEI and Niagara Falls. Imagine my excitement before hiking to Parlee Beach, visualizing an extraordinary experience of walking this famous beach. Im...

    Reviewed on /Date(1569031849000+0800)/
  • Kristen M
    Kristen M

    Beautiful, good food, not sure about the water...

    The beach is lovely and for the most part soft for walking. The food at the restaurant on the beach was amazing! Looks like a greasy spoon but the food was fresh and with (some) healthy ingredients. W...

    Reviewed on /Date(1567654081000+0800)/
  • Judith G
    Judith G
    Gravenhurst, Ontario

    Long beach

    Nice to walk along, very long and you can get away from the crowds. As we walked there, and along the beach there are no sign post or maps to say where you actually are.

    Reviewed on /Date(1566133886000+0800)/

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