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

    2020 Operational Season has ended.
    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.
     
    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. 
     
    Available:
    • 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 
    Restrictions:
    • 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 
    Closures:
    • 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