Multi-Use Trail

  • Cabots Landing

    Cape Breton

    Perched on the shore of Aspy Bay, this site features scenic vistas of the steep face of the Pollets Cove-Aspy Fault Wilderness Area. Provides access to 3 km beach walk. A National Historic Site cairn commemorates the landing of explorer John Cabot. Located in Sugarloaf, Victoria County, 10 km (6 mi.) north of the Cabot Trail.

    Address: 1904 Bay St. Lawrence Road, Sugarloaf.
    County: Victoria
    Size: 8.63 ha (21.32 ac)
    GPS: N46 56.635 W60 28.007
  • Petersfield

    Cape Breton

    This park has a significant cultural history as it contains remnants of four cultural periods, dating from the late 18th to mid-20th centuries. Explore the 7 km (4.5 mi) of trails. Open for winter activities, although no facilities or services are provided.

    Address: 1126 Westmount Road, Sydney.
    County: Cape Breton
    Size: 22.81 ha (56.36 ac)
    GPS: N46 08.632 W60 13.439
  • Shubenacadie Canal and Waterway

    Halifax Metro

    A collection of five separate properties along the historic Shubenacadie Canal system that reflect historic civil engineering accomplishments. Fairbanks Centre provides interpretation of the Shubenacadie River system.

    Download the brochure.

    Address: 54 Locks Road, Dartmouth
    County: Halifax
    Size: 7.44 ha (18.38 ac)
  • Thomas Raddall

    Open June 15 - October 12, 2020
    529 Raddall Park Road, Port Joli, NS
    Telephone: (902) 683-2664
    Overlooking Port Joli Harbour on Nova Scotia's South Shore with over 650 ha (1,600 acres) the park offers visitors a wide range of outdoor experiences, including hiking, camping, picnicing, sight-seeing, or relaxing on the beach.
    Advisory in Effect:
    Please be advised there is bear activity at Thomas Raddall Provincial Park. Parks staff are monitoring the situation and following safety protocols. We ask campers to secure your food and dispose of waste properly to discourage wildlife being attracted to your campsite. Pets must be kept on a leash at all times at Provincial Parks. For more information on black bears in Nova Scotia
    Facilities and Services
    For a complete list of service changes see our COVID-19 Updates 
    COVID-19 Protocols are posted at each park, please respect the guidelines as we work to keep staff and visitors safe and healthy
    Visitors must practice physical distancing throughout the park. 
    • 74 Unserviced Campsites
    • Comfort Station with restrictions
    • Hiking Trails
    • Cycling Trails
    • 3 Unsupervised Beaches
    • Wood & Ice available at park office, credit/debit payment preferred cash will be accepted
    • WiFi available
    • Dump station open to registered campers only
    • Playground 
    • Comfort Station
      • Reduced capacity, access limited to one household at a time
      • Comfort Station will be closed for deep cleaning twice daily and open overnight
      • Reduced number of vault toilets available throughout the park 
    • Park Office 
      • Service to campers at drive-up window prefered, in person check in not required 
      • Entry limited to one visitor inside at a time,  please adhere to the direction provided on signage or from staff
      • Only campers with reservations will be allowed to enter campgrounds 
    • Campsites: 28, 36, 37, 43, 48, 55, 56, & 82 are closed
    • Group Shelter
    • Group Camping Sites
    *Walk-in tenting options:
    Coastal Loop - tenting area overlooks a "Freshwater Fen" close to the camper beach (150m). It is accessed by a multi-use trail.
    Woodland Site - in tenting area offers a more enclosed or secluded feeling, it is situated on the coastal lowland area of the park but a little further inland.
    For more information on nearby attractions visit Tourism Nova Scotia