Deep Cove Beach

Grand Manan, New Brunswick

Deep Cove is the largest, sandiest and most popular beach on Grand Manan Island. Located off of Route 776 near the southern end of the island, this beach is perfect for families with young children, or for those just looking for a nice stroll or a place for a quick, refreshing plunge. Be careful swimming here after storms though, as waves can be high and undertow can be strong. Note: access to beach is by foot only, down a short but fairly steep path from the parking area.

Photo by Shawn Harquail

WATER QUALITY
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MONITORING FREQUENCY

Deep Cove Beach 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.

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Deep Cove Beach

Grand Manan, New Brunswick

WATER QUALITY
  • No data available
  • Current Status
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Deep Cove is the largest, sandiest and most popular beach on Grand Manan Island. Located off of Route 776 near the southern end of the island, this beach is perfect for families with young children, or for those just looking for a nice stroll or a place for a quick, refreshing plunge. Be careful swimming here after storms though, as waves can be high and undertow can be strong. Note: access to beach is by foot only, down a short but fairly steep path from the parking area.

Photo by Shawn Harquail

MONITORING FREQUENCY

Deep Cove Beach 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.

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