While in this area if you are looking for a good picnic spot take the Glenwood 32A exit andÂ continue on the #3 highway towards Yarmouth, Glenwood Provincial Park (no camping).Â There is also access to Rickers Lake, a good size lake if you want to experience an inlandÂ paddle for a bit of variety.
Location: Next to Glenwood sign on highway 103 travelling from the easterly direction. Shoreline: gravel/rocky Type of access: Highway103 paved road Parking: limited parking, along side of 103 highway Topographic reference: 20 p/13 (Tusket) Marine chart # 4244 (Wedgeport and vicinity) UTM grid: E0269391 Â N4852662 Latitude: N 43Â° 47.672’/Longitude: W 65Â° 52.235′ Public use from the highways Note:The Argyle River is tidal, keep in mind the tide times, a beautiful paddle up the river especially in the fall. This location makes a good access to the ocean by just paddling under the Argyle River Bridge on the highway.There is a fair bit of current when paddlingÂ past the pillars from the old bridge. Caution: Impassable during low tides for access