Taylor Head Provincial Park is a natural environment park. It occupies a rugged wind-swept peninsula jutting 6.5 KM into the Atlantic Ocean in Spry Bay, Nova Scotia. The park provides spectacular views and unspoiled coastline, offering a variety of coastal hiking trails and stunning sandy beaches.
Tip for beach-seekers: Choose the Beach Walk or Bob Bluff trail for a walk along the sandy shores of the Psyche Cove Beach system.
|Meetup Location||Each hike begins at the fourth parking area of the parking lot.|
|Safety||The Taylor Head area is scattered with coastline cliffs and steep slopes. Exercise caution when exploring the area, especially if small children are joining your party.|