Cumberland County Heritage Network Society

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Eatonville Day-use area & the Three Sisters Interpretive Centre

We would like to congratulate Cape Chignecto Provincial Park and the Cumberland Regional Economic Development Association on the opening of Phase III – Eatonville Day-use area. This new addition to Cape Chignecto Provincial Park will showcase some of the parks most stunning geological features and some of the most outstanding scenic vistas anywhere on the Bay of Fundy. At the newly built Three Sisters Interpretive Centre located on site, the visitor will be given information on the historical, cultural and geological significance of the area. There are two user-friendly trail loops that will offer the visitor an entire day of fun. One 2.5 km loop will take you Anderson’s Cove, Entonville Harbour and on to the famous Three Sisters sea-stacks. The other 2.7 km loop leads to Squally Point which is an actual raised beach created thousands of years ago. There are rest and picnic areas along the trails and seven viewing platforms giving the visitor spectacular views of the Upper Bay of Fundy.

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