One of Nova Scotia’s most popular provincial parks, this property overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and offers camping, swimming at a beautiful sand beach, interpretive displays and salt marsh boardwalk.
96 campsites, open for camping from May to October
One species of small mammal found within the park is listed as critically imperiled.
Locally significant opportunity to interpret regional landscapes and coastal processes; has an interpretive kiosk and saltmarsh trail. This park has been identified as a significant location for the delivery of aboriginal cultural interpretation programs.
Regionally significant park opportunity with high quality beach resource and supporting facilities and services, sand castle competition.
Camping, swimming, picnicking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing
8698 Campers; Day-use unknown
Maturing forest cover may require ecological restoration to remove dead and dying trees in public use areas and to re-establish suitable forest cover
Susceptible to coastal processes (storm events with high tide surge or wind-driven waves) that cause site erosion.