One of the most popular places for a stroll in Halifax has to be Point Pleasant Park!
This 75-hectare park is home to towering trees, 39 km of winding footpaths, historical monuments, and great views of the Halifax Harbour and the North West Arm.
The park also features a supervised beach for swimming, off-leash dog walking areas, and summer performances of Shakespeare by the Sea.
Did you know: The City of Halifax rents the land on which Point Pleasant Park is situated from the British Government for 1 shilling a year, – that’s about 10 cents – on a 999-year lease.
|Accessibility||Much of the park is wheelchair accessible.|
|Daily Availability:||Sunday - Saturday|
|Hours||5 AM-12 AM (midnight)|
|Dogs||The majority of Point Pleasant Park is an off-leash park. Watch for signs of on-leash areas.|
|Weekend Bike Access||Cyclists are permitted to ride on designated trails during Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.|
|Facilities||Onsite facilities include: washrooms, picnic shelters, benches, picnic tables, parking lot and boardwalk|
No open fires, including charcoal BBQs. No camping. Do not remove or damage flowers or trees. No vehicles permitted unless you get a pass issued by the park office.