Grand-Anse Beach

Grande-Anse, New Brunswick

Grande-Anse Beach is located in Chaleur Bay in the Acadian Peninsula region. It is near the Grande-Anse village founded in 1808 and the total population about 738 people. The first official language spoken in the area is French about 94% and English is the second spoken language. The charming seaside town has a rich history and very colourful Acadian lighthouses. The saltwater beach is not supervised, but it has many facilities such as washrooms and change rooms. Additionally, there are picnic areas, parking lots, as well there are restaurants near the beach. If you have kids, there is a children’s playground on site as well. For young sport junkies, there are volleyball courts, kayaking and hiking trails. The beach is surrounded by wave sculpted rock formations and very nice sceneries. If you are looking for a more romantic small gateway, you could take a walk along the shoreline and watch the sunrise or the sunrise well enjoying the numerous sheltered bird species in the area.

Photo by Flowizm

WATER QUALITY
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MONITORING FREQUENCY

Grand-Anse 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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Grand-Anse Beach

Grande-Anse, New Brunswick

WATER QUALITY
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Grande-Anse Beach is located in Chaleur Bay in the Acadian Peninsula region. It is near the Grande-Anse village founded in 1808 and the total population about 738 people. The first official language spoken in the area is French about 94% and English is the second spoken language. The charming seaside town has a rich history and very colourful Acadian lighthouses. The saltwater beach is not supervised, but it has many facilities such as washrooms and change rooms. Additionally, there are picnic areas, parking lots, as well there are restaurants near the beach. If you have kids, there is a children’s playground on site as well. For young sport junkies, there are volleyball courts, kayaking and hiking trails. The beach is surrounded by wave sculpted rock formations and very nice sceneries. If you are looking for a more romantic small gateway, you could take a walk along the shoreline and watch the sunrise or the sunrise well enjoying the numerous sheltered bird species in the area.

Photo by Flowizm

MONITORING FREQUENCY

Grand-Anse 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.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH



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