Tracadie Harbour

On Prince Edward Island, if you want to go to the shore you don’t have to think about it too much: you just drive until you can’t drive any longer. I decided I needed to get out of town to clear my head this morning, so I did exactly that, driving out the Union Road, across to Suffolk, and then out to Tracadie.

This was the view from the road to Tracadie Harbour:

Tracadie Beach

And here was the view along the beach once I’d parked and walked out onto the shore:

Tracadie Beach

While it wasn’t foggy at all onshore, offshore it was thick enough that at times you could barely see the dunes across the water.

Comments

Signe Andersen's picture
Signe Andersen on May 28, 2020 - 08:03 Permalink

Oliver renamed this "Sally's Beach" (instead of the other Sally's Beach...) after I took him and Catherine out for swim there once. It was my regular dog-walking beach, in the height of summer "invaded" by other beach goers.
Turn left right before you get to Tracadie Harbour and you will find a nice parking lot (muddy in winter!) and a short boardwalk ont the beach.

Randy F McDonald's picture
Randy F McDonald on May 29, 2020 - 13:37 Permalink

Thank you for sharing this.