Beresford Municipal Beach Park

Beresford, New Brunswick

Located along the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Beresford Municipal Park boasts a saltwater beach with numerous amenities including washrooms, picnic tables, a canteen, playground and an outdoor stage. This is also a great spot for nature lovers, as one can observe up to 54 different species of birds, and the rare Maritime Ringlet Butterfly calls salt marsh here its home from the end of July to mid August. Enjoy musical entertainment on Sunday afternoons and Wednesday evenings throughout the summer, as well as during special events. Note: beach is unsupervised.

Photo by Charles LeBlanc

WATER QUALITY
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  • Current Status
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MONITORING FREQUENCY

is not sampled

SOURCE INFORMATION

Most New Brunswick’s beaches have been set to grey special status because they are not monitored. You will find descriptions of all the beaches, directions to get there, and facilities they offer.

*Please swim at your own risk - there are no lifeguards or beach water quality tests. It is advised to not swim at least 48 hours after a heavy rain fall, when there has been a recent algae bloom, or when the water has a strong smell or different colour than usual.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH

Beresford Municipal Beach Park

Beresford, New Brunswick

WATER QUALITY
  • No data available
  • Current Status
For water quality icon legend, click:   

Located along the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Beresford Municipal Park boasts a saltwater beach with numerous amenities including washrooms, picnic tables, a canteen, playground and an outdoor stage. This is also a great spot for nature lovers, as one can observe up to 54 different species of birds, and the rare Maritime Ringlet Butterfly calls salt marsh here its home from the end of July to mid August. Enjoy musical entertainment on Sunday afternoons and Wednesday evenings throughout the summer, as well as during special events. Note: beach is unsupervised.

Photo by Charles LeBlanc

MONITORING FREQUENCY

is not sampled

SOURCE INFORMATION

Most New Brunswick’s beaches have been set to grey special status because they are not monitored. You will find descriptions of all the beaches, directions to get there, and facilities they offer.

*Please swim at your own risk - there are no lifeguards or beach water quality tests. It is advised to not swim at least 48 hours after a heavy rain fall, when there has been a recent algae bloom, or when the water has a strong smell or different colour than usual.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH



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