The Eastern Shore and Northern Nova Scotia Sights


Cape Chignecto Provincial Park

Cape Chignecto Provincial Park Review

Miles of untouched coastline, more than 10,000 acres of old-growth forest harboring deer, moose, and eagles, and a variety of unique geological features are preserved in Nova Scotia's largest provincial park. It's circumnavigated by a 51-km (31-mile) hiking trail along rugged cliffs that rise 185 meters (600 feet) above the bay. Wilderness cabins and campsites are available.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 1108 W. Advocate Rd., off Hwy. 209, Point de l'Eglise, NS, B0M 1A0 | Map It
  • Phone: 902/392–2085; 902/254–3241
  • Cost: Free
  • Hours: Mid-May–early Sept., Mon.–Sat. 8–6, Sun. 8–5; early Sept.–mid-Oct., daily 8–4:30; Eatonville day use area late June–mid-Oct., daily 8–8
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  • Location: Cape Chignecto and Cape d'Or
Updated: 11-15-2013

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