Tracadie Bay

Mount Stewart, Prince Edward Island

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Tracadie Bay offers plenty of delightful paddling. In addition, there are some rather extraordinary features that may lure you even more than the water. For some reason, photographing from the wharf area allows you to get very close to the feeding herons, especially at low tide. The herons here are among the least skittish that we have encountered throughout the Island. Launch your kayak or canoe from one of the three spots described above. Paddle to the left and look across the bay at the dunes that are part of Prince Edward Island National Park.Then paddle across the bay and leave your kayak or canoe on the southern shore of the barrier beach.You will be surprised by how high these sand hills are. As you explore the dunes, you will realize very quickly that the sand, although it appears as any ordinary soft sand dune, is really hard packed and very easy to walk on.

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"Tracadie Bay offers plenty of delightful paddling. In addition, there are some rather extraordinary features that may lure you even more than the water. For some reason, photographing from the wharf area allows you to get very close to the feeding herons, especially at low tide. The herons here are among the least skittish that we have encountered throughout the Island.

Launch your kayak or canoe from one of the three spots described above. Paddle to the left and look across the bay at the dunes that are part of Prince Edward Island National Park.Then paddle across the bay and leave your kayak or canoe on the southern shore of the barrier beach.You will be surprised by how high these sand hills are. As you explore the dunes, you will realize very quickly that the sand, although it appears as any ordinary soft sand dune, is really hard packed and very easy to walk on."

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Mount Stewart
Skill Level: Easy
Class: Class I
Driving Directions: Directions to Tracadie Bay

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May 2018