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This is a rocky point at the head of a peninsula which separates Shepody Bay from Cumberland Basin. This spectacular point, nearly surrounded by tidal water, places you far out into Chignecto Bay and offers great views in practically every direction. Cape Maringouin is a superb area for observing sea duck migration in the spring and fall, as well as the terrific ebb and flow of the Bay of Fundy tides.
Image by Clarence Nowlan