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Cape Chignecto Provincial Park

Located In Advocate Harbour
Where To Find Us
Cape Chignecto Provincial Park
1108 West Advocate Rd
Advocate Harbour, NS B0M 1A0
Areas Served Atlantic Canada
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Phone Cape Chignecto Provincial Park: 902-392-2085 (From mid-May to mid-October)  
Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation Division: 902-662-3030 (mid-October to mid-May)  
Reservations Only: 1-888-544-3434
Description & Services
Information Located in West Advocate, this provincial park offers a spectacular experience of Nova Scotia's coastline and wilderness, and a 51 km Coastal Trail loop hike and camping trail. There are multiple hiking options in the park with a range in difficulty rating.  
There are several camping options at Cape Chignecto; 28 walk-in sites, 41 back-country sites, sea kayaking accessible sites and wilderness cabins and bunkhouses are available. Reservations can be arranged online, or by calling 1-888-544-3434 from within North America, or 519-826-5301 from outside of North America.  
There are no drive up sites available at this park. There are three campgrounds nearby with drive-up sites available: ADDA Fundy Tides Campground (five kilometres from Cape Chignecto), Old Shipyard Beach Campground (eleven kilometres from Cape Chignecto),  
Hikes in Cape Chignecto Provincial Park include:  
Coastal Trail 
Visitor Centre to Mill Brook 
Mill Brook to Refugee Cove 
Refugee Cove to Big Bald Rock 
Big Bald Rock to Seal Cove 
Seal Cove to Eatonville 
Eatonville Campsite to Visitor Centre 
Christie Viewpoint Trail 
Eatonville day-use trails: Three Sisters Trail and Squally Point Trail 
A brochure of Cape Chignecto Provincial Park can be found here. (Link opens in new tab.) 
Dates Open from May to October
Categories - General Campgrounds ; Hiking Trails ; Kayaking ; Maps ; Provincial/Territorial Parks ; Recreational Oceanfronts ; Scenic Lookouts
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