Grand Passage Lighthouse

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Park Amenities:
Beachcombing
Picnicking
Sightseeing
Walking


Grand Passage Lighthouse

Brier Island, Digby Neck, Nova Scotia Parks Guide

Canada Parks, Trails & Places

Grand Passage Lighthouse (also referred to as the Northern Lighthouse) is a 28 foot lighthouse standing tall on the northern point of Brier Island on Digby Neck, Nova Scotia, Canada. The lighthouse overlooks the entrance to Grand Passage, which runs between Brier Island and Long Island. Today, it is said that the lighthouse is used for crew quarters by the Canadian Coast Guard.

What are the Top Things To Do, Activities, and Adventures at the Grand Passage Lighthouse?

Grand Passage Lighthouse adventures, and activities most enjoyed include sightseeing, picnicking, beachcombing, and wildlife watching.

Why Grand Passage Lighthouse?

Because it elevates you 56 feet above the shoreline on the most northern tip of Brier Island providing visitors far reaching views overlooking Grand Passage while having a picnic.

What are the features, amenities, and exhibits available for travelers to explore while at the Grand Passage Lighthouse?

The more important features, amenities, services and exhibits located in and around Grand Passage Lighthouse includes picnic tables, parking and green space.

Come to Grand Passage Lighthouse in Nova Scotia, Canada

ADDRESS

Grand Passage Lighthouse
Water Street
,
Westport
Canada

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Located in: Digby Parks | Nova Scotia
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