Partridge Island

Walking on the beach towards Partridge Island, a family wanders inside their separate spaces towards the future.
Walking  towards Partridge Island, a family moves inside their separate spaces towards the island.

Partridge Island used to be an island but the erosion of its bank turned it into an inlet. To get to Partridge Island, follow directions to the Ottawa House Historic site. There is a dirt road that leads to the foot of Partridge Island but there a a few private properties and they prefer people to park at the Ottawa House parking lot.

Partridge Island Trail
Partridge Island Trail

A 5-10 minute walk on the rocky beach leads to a 45 minute trail to awesome views of the Bay of Fundy. It is a steep climb but there are benches along the way. It is said that the Mi’kmaq used this trail that was home to their god Glooscap. According to legends, Glooscap was the first human, created out of a lightning bolt in the sand. Feel the past as you discover the roots of Partridge Island.

Cliffs seen from Partridge Island lookout.
Cliffs seen from Partridge Island lookout.

2 thoughts on “Partridge Island”

  1. The photo of the family on the beach walking towards Partridge Island really tells a story. Great take.

    1. Thanks! It is actually two images super-imposed but I found that it created the effect of movement and motion and travel through time.

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