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The Eastern Shore and Northern Nova Scotia Sights

Cape Chignecto Provincial Park

  • 1108 W. Advocate Rd. Map It
  • Point de l'Eglise
  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

Updated 11/15/2013

Fodor's 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.

Sight Information


1108 W. Advocate Rd., off Hwy. 209, Point de l'Eglise, Nova Scotia, B0M 1A0, Canada

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902-392–2085; 902-254–3241-off-season

Sight Details:

  • Free
  • 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

Updated 11/15/2013


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