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One of the most popular long white sandy beaches on Points East Coastal Drive, the Panmure causeway has water access on both sides. Visitors will experience a long white sandy ocean beach with pristine grass-topped sand dunes providing seclusion and vast views of the ocean.  On the St. Mary's Bay side of the causeway, sheltered red sandy shores provide swimming, clam digging and a view of mussel beds in the bay. Change rooms, convenience store. Facilities. Supervised.

The 100-acre campground park offers lifeguards, laundromat, hot showers, flush toilets, kitchen shelters, fireplaces, supply store, dumping station, look-out tower, change rooms, canteen, boat launching.

The First Nations People hold an annual Pow Wow at Panmure Island in August. This spiritual/cultural event includes drum bands, native crafts and a healing sweat tent.

The Panmure Island Lighthouse, the Island's oldest wooden lighthouse, sits at the end of the causeway and is open to visitors. Climb the tower for spectacular views.

Panmure Island was voted the best beach in Atlantic Canada by the readers of Progress magazine, 2012.


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