Cottage Cove Park: Port George

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Cottage Cove Park is simply a crescent-shaped, dirt road off the main road with parking, picnic tables and outhouses. The main features here are the rocky islands just off shore that are a favorite sunning area for seals. At low tide you can get fairly close to the islands; at high tide, bring along binoculars. The seals tend to be curious about you, as well, and will often come close, bobbing their heads out of the water to get a good look at you.

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GPS Coordinates Parking Lot: N44o59.561′  W65o10.816′

From Hwy 101 take the Middleton exit (18A)
At the end of the off-ramp head North onto Victoria Rd. (toward the Bay of Fundy)
At the T intersection turn left (west) onto Spa Springs Rd. (362/221)
At the T intersection turn right onto Gates Mountain Rd. (Follow for almost 5km)
At the end of the road, turn left (west) onto Delusion Rd.
Turn right (north) and travel on Shore Rd. E to the town of Port George.
In the town of Port George, as you pass a house on the north side (west of the lighthouse),  keep an eye open for a family of groundhogs in the rock wall. Do not trespass!
Continue on Shore Rd E. approximately 2km past Port George to Cottage Cove.
Watch for the park turn-off on your right (north). You will also see the rocky islands just off shore.

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