Naked truth: exposing the myth of Kouchibouguac’s ‘semi-official nude beach’ (via CBC)

Naturists have been using Kelly’s Beach for decades. But while people strip down every year, Parks Canada says it’s still against the law.

Want to get back to nature?

It’s hard to imagine a more ideal setting that the pristine forests and beaches of Kouchibouguac National Park on New Brunswick’s Acadian coast.

But some visitors, park officials say, are taking it way too far.

Kelly’s Beach — a 25-kilometre stretch of dunes along the Northumberland Strait accessible only by a pedestrian boardwalk — is popular for its warm salt water, picturesque views, and endangered piping plovers.

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