Taylor Head Provincial Park

Outdoor Activities in the The Eastern Shore

This park/beach occupies a rugged windswept peninsula that just 6 km (3.7 mi) into the Atlantic Ocean.
The park’s hiking trails provide access to a variety of natural aspects, interesting geological features, wildlife habitat, scenic look-offs, secluded beaches and 16 km (10 mi.) of unspoiled coastline. As with other extensive trail networks, park users are advised to advise someone of where they are and when they plan to return home. Hikers should wear sturdy footwear and dress in layers to adapt to changing weather conditions. Remember to respect this natural area: keep dogs leashed and pack out all garbage. Friends of Taylor Head Provincial Park take an active part in overseeing park activities and offer public events such as hikes from June to December.

Taylor Head Provincial Park

20140 Highway 7
Spry Bay, Nova Scotia
This is a Seasonal Operation
Taylor Head Provincial Park is family friendly
Taylor Head Provincial Park is pet friendly
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