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On the eastern coast of New Brunswick is the Kouchibouguac National Park, a wonderful region of coastal forests, bogs, salt marshes, lagoons and sandy beaches.

A fragile ecosystem has evolved over the millennia, creating a startling diversity of rare flora and fauna.

Kellys Beach

Kellys Beach is one of the principal attractions, boasting some of the warmest waters north of Virginia and a variety of nearby coastal walking trails.

The Dune of Bouctouche, home to the rare piping plover, is some 50 kilometers to the south, with a fascinating interpretive center and an extensive boardwalk to protect the fragile environment.

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Map of Kouchibouguac National Park

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