Banting Memorial Municipal Park

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Banting Memorial Municipal Park

Airial view of Banting Memorial Municpal Park On Route 330, four kilometers south of Musgrave Harbour you can visit the Banting Memorial Municipal Park, named in honour of Sir Frederick Banting, co-discover of insulin, who died in a plane crash just outside Musgrave Harbour, over 60 years ago. The Banting Memorial Municipal Park with its spectacular sandy beaches and warm atmosphere will be the one place you will not want to miss this summer. This is the perfect place to relax in the sun or build castles in the sand. See the incredible sunsets while you sit by a beach fire or go for that romantic walk by the ocean.

Pedal Boats at parkIt is an ideal spot for the whole family where you can enjoy mini golf, pedal boats, a fresh water lagoon for swimming, playground and picnic area. The park is serviced with electrical/water hookups and for added comfort, shower/washroom and Laundromat facilities. During your stay be sure to visit the Banting Interpretation Centre located in the park.

The Banting Memorial Municipal Park opens for the season the last weekend in June, from 8:00 am to 11:00 pm and the rates for the park are as follows:

Park Rates
Season Pass - Vehicle $25.00
Day Pass $6.00
Serviced Sites $28.00
(Includes water,electricity hookup, and dumping)
Semi Serviced Sites $23.00
(Includes water hookup)
Dumping - Off Road $18.00

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