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West Mabou Beach, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
Canada

West Mabou Beach Provincial Park is a natural environment park with large sand beach and dune system at the mouth of Mabou Harbour. The park also consists of old farm fields and marshes. The park has several walking and hiking trails and a picnic area, change houses and pit toilets and small interpretive site.

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Uploaded: 07/08/2010
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Tags: mabou beach; cape breton island; nova scotia; mabou; beach; cape; breton; island; nova; scotia; canada; drift; wood; mine; post; stones; sea; clouds
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