**Remember... ALWAYS check the tide times. The Bay of Fundy has the highest tides in the world and it VERY quickly can leave you trapped. I prefer to go when the tide is on the way out to mostly clear that risk.
I had been to Harbourville a few times before, but only to the main section of beach right by the village/'downtown' area of Harbourville. I then heard about a different spot. To get there I take hwy 360 and then turn right onto Russia Rd (See Map). Russia Rd is a gravel road that is easily passable and well maintained. After driving just a short distance the road goes down a hill and you will see guard rail on the Left and beside the guard rail is a small road/ATV trail. This trail will take you directly down to the beach. Some people with rugged vehicles drive down it, but I recommend parking on the side of the road (it's nice and wide) and walking in. The walk in is only about 50om.
Both times that we went we adventured with some of our homeschool buddies. It's a gorgeous spot and the rocks, gems, and amethyst that can be found are amazing! Both times I went 2-3 chunks of amethyst were found and countless other gems and interesting rocks!
There are two waterfalls and a small cave as well as various rocks to climb on and over. It's an incredible spot. Have a look below!
I'd love to hear from you:
Where should I adventure to next?
What is the most interesting beach find you have found?