Anthony Provincial Park is located in Lower Selma which is northeast of Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada. The 7.74 hectre (19 acre) day use park is a popular picnic destination overlooking Cobequid Bay. Time your visit for low tides and see for yourself the vast red sands of Nova Scotia, Canada. Anthony Provincial Park is a good destination to watch the highest tides in the world at work.
Anthony Provincial Park adventures, and activities most enjoyed include picnicking, sightseeing and birding (birdwatching).
Because of the shape of the Cobequid Bay this park is one of the better places to watch the Bay of Fundy high and low tides do their thing. They do not call them the highest tides in the world for nothing.
The more important, some would say only, features, amenities, services located in and around Anthony Provincial Park includes wharf, picnic area, shelters, information signs, green space and parking.