Port Bickerton Lighthouse Beach Park Trail

Port Bickerton Lighthouse Beach Park Trail, Sherbrooke: Tickets, Tours, Address, Port Bickerton Lighthouse Beach Park Trail Reviews: 4.5/5

Port Bickerton Lighthouse Beach Park Trail

Port Bickerton Lighthouse Beach Park Trail
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S C
North Bay, Canada5 contributions
Beautiful beach
Aug 2019 • Friends
Views from the Lighthouse are gorgeous and the kids had fun climbing around the rocks. But then we found the trail down to the beach and it was beautiful. Felt like a private beach all to ourselves
Written August 18, 2019
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Linda A
Hope, ME143 contributions
Off the beaten path Gem!
Jul 2019 • Couples
We seek out places like this- lovely, quiet, scenic, history and trails.

The lighthouse was open and we chatted with two staff that day. They even watched our dog while we climbed the lighthouse! The trails led us along the shore and we sat and watched the surf along the whole trail.

This lighthouse was saved from potential destruction by the local people. And we are so glad they did.

There are tons and tons of lighthouses, however, one that has few visitors and trails makes this one special to us.
Written July 29, 2019
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WardDorchester
Dorchester, NB123 contributions
Very unique design
Jul 2019 • Couples
It was a rainy day and we did not go inside the lighthouse. There is a fee of $3.00 to view the lighthouse which is posted at the end of the long narrow road getting to the site. I'm sure it would be more enticing on a good weather day.
Written July 2, 2019
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Gary M
Ontario, Canada37 contributions
A must see if you are in the area
Jul 2018 • Couples
You have trails and the light house and a shop inside the lighthouse. The best is the sound of the waves hit the shore line and the smell of the ocean. We had the fog horn sounding which I have not heard since I was a kid many years ago.
Written July 20, 2018
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couperine
Huffman, TX142 contributions
Lovely lighthouse and interpretive center
Jul 2018 • Couples
We enjoyed our visit to this lighthouse; the local community staffs and maintains this lighthouse, and they had a wealth of knowledge to share. They were thrilled to show off how their community has restored and maintained the lightkeeper's house, and they continue to add and restore the area. The story about the lightkeeper's card coming to the island was a highlight. Well worth a visit!
Written July 16, 2018
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USMA74
Cincinnati, OH378 contributions
Great Lighthouse & Interpretive Center
Sep 2017 • Couples
We've visited a lot of lighthouses over the past two weeks in Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia - each one is special in its own way. This one is actually two lighthouses - the one built in the 1920's that looks like a house, and a new smaller lighthouse built when the old one was decommissioned in the 1960's.

The staff at the interpretive took time to explain everything in as much or as little detail as we wanted, and their enthusiasm and pride in their attraction was evident. I climbed to the top of the light for great views (you can't enter or climb the working lighthouse).

The trails around the area are beautiful and offer stunning seascapes.

The drive out to the lighthouse is along a ~2 km dirt road - just about the time you think you must have missed a turn, you're almost there!
Written September 24, 2017
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David Bowman
Saint-Lambert, Canada1,198 contributions
Impressive View, Good Spot To Relax and Absorb Some History
Aug 2017 • Couples
Located 2 minutes off Route 211, this lighthouse compares very favorably to other lighthouses we have visited on the East Coast. It has an impressive view and is a good spot to stop, relax and enjoy the scenery or the walk to the beach. You will probably want decent shoes if you decide to walk on the trail but boots are not necessary. There is a very small admission charge if you want to visit the interpretive center and it is well worth the price as it helps keep the lighthouse in good operating condition. The volunteers who maintain this lighthouse should be commended for their efforts
Written August 30, 2017
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Lynn S
Nepean, Canada25 contributions
I just have to go every year I come home
Aug 2017 • Family
From the lighthouse itself to the museum there is lots to see and learn about. Some great trails to the point and to Port Bickerton Beach which is fabulous!! A must go...
Written August 24, 2017
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Victoria L
39 contributions
Lighthouse visit and walk to the beach
Jul 2017 • Family
The folks at the lighthouse are lovely and informative. They hold a special bond to the lighthouse and the area. The walk to the beach is like walking through a fairy land and when you arrive you are presented with a beautiful sandy beach that goes on forever.
Written August 9, 2017
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