Bay of Fires Conservation Area, Mount William National Park

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Bay of Fires Conservation Area stretches more than 50 km (31 mi) long, representing a spectacular color mix of white sandy beaches, aquamarine water, and orange granite rocks. Active travelers can try camping, surfing, boating, or snorkeling with the chance to see the marine life. You can rest by watching the birds and fishing, or simply by swimming in the ocean and sunbathing. Inspirock's itinerary builder makes planning a Mount William National Park trip simple and quick.
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  • Stunning scenery. Gorgeous white sandy beaches. Such natural beauty. Miles of unspoilt beauty.No problem parking.Well worth a visit  more »
  • The colour of the beautiful turquoise water was a pleasant surprise along with the clean white sand and orange coloured rocks make this place a real eye sight. Just breathe taking at so many...  more »
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