Picturesque fishing wharf with short red sand beach that allows for clam digging at low tide, sea kayaking, and leisurely beach strolls.

The view across from the wharf and the fishing village of Annandale is the remains of a ferry wharf called Long Wharf. During the lobster season in May and June more than 25 fishing boats berth at the wharf. It is busiest between 4 and 5 a.m. as fishers leave to check their traps. The boats usually return between 11 a.m. and noon. There are a number of interpretive panels near the wharf describing its early settlement. Information sourced from the brochure Boughton River Water Trail.

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  • Type: Beaches, Points of Interest, Wharfs & Harbours
  • Open: All year


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