After the Rivière-aux-Canards Look-off, you will arrive at Blomidon Park, with its hiking trails and spectacular view of the Bay of Fundy and the Minas Basin.
Samuel de Champlain named this land Cap Poutrincourt, however the Acadians renamed it Cap Baptiste.
After the Deportation, the first English settlers called it Cape Porcupine, a name it will carry for a long time, while also being called Cape Blowmedown; the latter eventually becoming Blomidon.
Beyond the beauty of its landscape, which follows the Bay of Fundy coastline, Blomidon Park is a symbolic site for the Mi'kmaq people.
Admire the rocky cliffs and watch the Bay of Fundy tides in action – they are the highest tides in the world. Leave your footprints in the sand and sink your feet into the red earth, typical of the area!