Burntcoat Head Park is located in Noel, NS, Canada which is northeast of Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada. This is THE park which holds the record for the "World's Highest Tides". It is said that a whooping 160 billion tonnes of water pours into the Minas Basin every 13 hours. There is a 6 hour difference in low and high tides. Plan for that window and watch as the Bay of Fundy tides come rolling in. While you wait for the tides visit the lighthouse and explore the 3 acre park trails and gardens.
Burntcoat Head Park adventures, and activities most enjoyed include picnicking, sightseeing, beachcombing, photography, and birding (birdwatching).
Because most of us want to see world records. You want to see the "World's Highest Tides" in person. Gives you some bragging rights too back home to say you have witness them. It is another check mark on your ever-growing travel wish list.
The more important, some would say only, features, amenities, services located in and around Burntcoat Head Park includes interpretive centre, lighthouse, picnic area, walking trails, sightseeing benches, viewing platform, gardens, gift shop, children programs, information signs, green space and parking.