You are 355 metres (1,165 feet) above sea level! Hike from the top of the mountain about six kilometres down to a small ocean cove and grassy clearing – the only designated wilderness camp site in the park. This was once the site of a Scottish fishing community and these settlers traded with the French for supplies. Explore the beach, roam the hills or swim in fresh or salt water. You must register at a park visitor centre prior to camping.
|Length||12 km / 7.5 mi (return)||
|Elevation||0 - 355 m (0 - 1,165 ft)|
|Time||5 - 6 hours|
|Significant features||Acadian forest, ocean cove and headlands
Steep descent. Some muddy sections. No potable water on site.
|Trailhead||On the Cabot Trail at the top of MacKenzie Mountain
Lat: 46.761030 Long: -60.834544