Cape Chignecto Provincial Park

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Camping at Cape Chignecto Provincial Park in Nova Scotia is a recreation site. There are total campsites. You can go the site and enjoy Camping, Hiking, Swimming, Sea Kayaking and Picnicking opportunities.

Amenities: Four Walk-in Campgrounds, A Wilderness Cabin, Bunkhouse, A Picnic Area, Hiking Trails, Potable Water, Scenic Views, Vault Toilet, Trailer Dump Station. 😛

Cape Chignecto Provincial Park, Nova Scotia

Cape Chignecto Provincial Park, Nova Scotia

Site Direction: Cape Chignecto Provincial Park is a Canadian provincial park situated in Nova Scotia. This is a wilderness park and derives its name from Cape Chignecto. There are 180 m sea cliffs rise from the Bay of Fundy while the world’s highest tides lick at their base. It has 29 km of pristine coastline, sheltered coves, deep valleys, remnant old-growth forests and rare plants. The park provides over 40 km of wilderness trails and remote walk-in campsites.

Driving Direction: Follow Route 209 from Parrsboro to West Advocate; from Highway 104, Exit 4 at Amherst, follow Route 2 to Upper Nappan, take Route 302 to Maccan, Route 242 to River Hebert and then follow Route 209 through Joggins to West Advocate. Our civic address is: 1108 West Advocate Road, Advocate Harbour.


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Cape Chignecto Provincial Park
GPS:
45.3395909, -64.921447

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