Quoomeneegook, or “Island of Pines” welcomes you. Come and learn from historical characters or the self-guided panels, walk the trails, have a picnic at the tables or simply relax on the sandy beach. Know that this mystical island is more than meets the eye. Listen to the waves while hearing the birds sing. Breathe in nature’s best while seeing wildlife come alive. Connect to the island which supported thousands of people for hundreds of years, from the Indigenous people, Acadian Deportation Refugees to the Shipbuilders who came from all over the world. Beaubears Island is your past, present and future. Connect in ways you never thought possible and watch history come alive.
35 St. Patrick’s Drive
Plan Your Visit
For more information, visit Beaubears Island’s website or email email@example.com.
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Partner Organization: Friends of Beaubears Island