An Eastern Shore Gem
Nestled in Nova Scotia's 100 Wild Islands
Wild By Nature
Wildlife found here are as varied as the habitats found within the park.
Unparalleled Nature
Just 90 minutes from Halifax is a provincial park like no other
Raw Beauty
A rugged wind-swept peninsula jutting six and a half kilometres (4 miles) into the Atlantic Ocean.
Carved By The Atlantic
Shaped by the waves, a magnicant masterpiece
A Hikers Paradise
Hike the 12.5 km (7.6 mi.) system of interconnected trails
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Welcome

Taylor Head Provincial Park is a natural environment park. It occupies a rugged wind-swept peninsula jutting six and a half kilometres (4 miles) into the Atlantic Ocean in Spry Bay, Nova Scotia. The park provides spectacular views and unspoiled coastline.

Discover the majesty of enduring rock versus the tumultuous power of the sea, all just over an hour’s drive from Halifax.

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The trails are full of wildlife, they make the family go crazy to come here. We can’t wait to see the trails again!

The Butler Family

May 2017

Visit

  • Spry Bay, Nova Scotia (20140 Hwy # 7)
  • Latitude (N) 44-50-39 | Longitude (W) 62-34-54
  • GPS UTM Nad 83 coordinates are Xutm 533059 | Yutm 4965754