Hiking & Nature
Hiking, beaches, nature, extraordinary scenery.
Incredible views of 225-million-year old geological formations – such as Old Wife and the Five Islands (Moose, Diamond, Long, Egg and Pinnacle), beachcombing, rock collecting, hiking, clam digging, and more.
A network of hiking trails in West Colchester which highlight the Economy River, gorges, waterfalls and the Economy River Wilderness Area.
Only 2 miles from Main Street, Parrsboro.
The Cliffs of Fundy Geopark spans 165km of scenic shoreline from the Portaupique River to Apple River, an area known as the Parrsboro Shore. It boasts over 40 Geosites – stunning examples of earth’s history like Wasson Bluff fossils and minerals, Cape d’Or basalt, the Five Islands fault, and more. The area is an aspiring UNESCO Global Geopark, a designation awarded to an area of international geological significance. Interspersed with impressive geology shaped by the Bay of Fundy tides are historical sites, cultural sites, and a vibrant arts and food scene.
This is only a sample of the restaurants in the Parrsboro Shore area