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FREDERICTON, New Brunswick — After 213 years, the family that has owned an iconic chunk of Grand Manan Island is preparing to bid it farewell.
The Hole-In-The-Wall campground, known for its cliff-side campsites boasting spectacular and unobstructed views of the Bay of Fundy, is up for sale.
At the same time another group is pushing for that strip of coast of North Head to become a satellite portion of Fundy National Park.
“It’s excellent,” said Kathleen Small, the campground owner who ran the business alongside her late husband for decades.
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