Kouchibouguac

by Benny Law October. 29, 2019 435 views

Located on the east coast of New Brunswick, Canada, along the Acadian Coastal Drive, Kouchibouguac National Park is a rather unique park featuring lush mixed-wood forests, colourful salt marshes, sand dunes, lagoons, and warm ocean beaches. I visited this park briefly while I was on a quick tour of two of the Canadian Maritime provinces. Here are a few photos of the ocean-facing parts of this beautiful park.

At low tide, some of the grass that is normally under water turns into a red colour.

At low tide, some of the grass that is normally under water turns into a red colour.

The red and the yellowish green grass makes for a very nice scenery.

The red and the yellowish green grass makes for a very nice scenery.

The boardwalk leading to Kellys Beach.

The boardwalk leading to Kellys Beach.

Kellys Beach facing the North Atlantic Ocean.

Kellys Beach facing the North Atlantic Ocean.

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Buster Bruce 1 year, 2 months ago

Two thumbs up on these!

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Benny Law Replied to Buster Bruce 1 year, 2 months ago

Thanks for your support and encouragement, Buster! Much appreciated.

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Antonio Gil 1 year, 2 months ago

It looks like a very interesting and beautiful place.

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Benny Law Replied to Antonio Gil 1 year, 2 months ago

It is, and my photos don't do it justice. The park is big and has much more to offer. I just wish I had more time to explore and take more photos.

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