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Taylor Head Provincial Park

Eastern Shore
3 hours
Year-Round

About This Experience

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.

 

photos: Adam Hill / @adamhillphoto

What to Bring

Sturdy Footwear
Drinking Water
Snacks

What is Provided

Pit Toilets
Picnic Tables
Change Houses
Interpretive Kiosk

Things you should know

Meetup LocationEach hike begins at the fourth parking area of the parking lot.
SafetyThe 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.
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