|Record #: MCC0055||Last Modified: 11 Apr 2019||Last Full Update: 24 Jul 2017|
|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|
|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)
Reservation Information Only: 1-888-544-3434
|Description & Services|
|Information||Cape Chignecto Provincial Park offers a spectacular experience of Nova Scotia's coastline and wilderness. There are multiple hiking options with a range in difficulty rating. A physically demanding switchback trail out of Mill Brook leads to an easy 6 km trek to Refugee Cove through maple trees and ferns, while offering a continuous view of the Minas Channel. There are walk-in/hike-in sites available at Mill Brook and Refugee Cove. There are cabins available at Mill Brook.
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), Glooscap Park and Campground (fifty kilometres from Cape Chignecto).
A brochure of Cape Chignecto Provincial Park can be found here. (Link opens in new tab.)
|Dates||Open from May to October|
|Categories - General||Hiking Trails ; Kayaking ; Maps ; Provincial/Territorial Parks ; Recreational Oceanfronts|
|Tags||Campground ; Fundy Connect ; HALIFAX ; Hiking ; NS Trail Guide ; Outdoor Recreation ; Park ; Provincial Park ; Recreation Categories ; Sea Kayaking ; Tourism ; Trails|