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Kouchibouguac National Park|
Boy isn't that a mouthful? It is an Indian name and is pronounced Koo-she-boo-gwack.
The park is located on the shores of the Bay of Kouchibouguac which connects with the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. It is a flat area, which is a relief from the hilly parks which we have been driving through.
There are miles of well maintained bicycle trails which wind through the park's interior and along the river and bay. The National Park is split by the Kouchibouguac River. The river is home to a good size Lobster fishing fleet.