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Basin Head Provincial Park, PE

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Basin Head is named after it’s round bowl-like shape is home of the singing sands nicknamed this because of the high silica content of the white sand the sand “sings” as you walk through. It features a small fishing museum which honours it’s history as a productive fishing area in the mid 1950s when many fisherman used to make their living off of Basin Head. Basin Head is part of a unique ecosystem it is the only place in the world where a species of Irish moss Chorndrus crispus is found. The beach has a bridge which is a popular spot to jump off and it features several shops. The beach is supervised with lifeguards from June 27th to September 1st. It offers free parking and has washrooms picnic tables and a gazebo. It is located two kilometers east of Red Point Provincial Park . With all of the things to do it is a perfect beach to keep everyone entertained all day long.
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