LOCAL SITES AND ATTRACTIONS
Follow the 101 south and explore Digby Neck or the Fundy Shore towards Clare district. You will be amazed at the sites to be seen.
Called "Nature's Time Post", the Balancing Rock is a narrow vertical column of basalt, balanced on its tip. It is the most photographed of Long Island's striking basalt formations. There is a well-groomed 2.5-km trail (5km there and back), with a 235-step staircase at the end leading to a platform with views of St. Mary's Bay and the Balancing Rock. Along the trail are interpretive panels and rest areas.
This large, granite church is a prime example of early twentieth-century gothic architecture. Construction on the church began in 1910 and took thirty-two years to complete. An art expo featuring local artists is held in the sacristy during July and August.