Camping at Thomas Raddall Provincial Park in Nova Scotia is a recreation destination. There are total 82 campsites. You can go the site and enjoy Camping, Hiking, Swimming, Picnicking and Sight Seeing opportunities. 😛
Amenities: Group Camping, Multi-use Trail, Playground, Trailer Dump Station, Vault Toilet, Comfort Station, Potable Water, Pets Welcome, Hiking or Walking Trails, Wheelchair Accessible, Picnic Table.
Site Description: Thomas Raddall Provincial Park overlooks Port Joli Harbour on Nova Scotia’s South Shore and it is a place for nature lovers. The park is located just across the harbour from Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct National Park and nearby there are four migratory seabird sanctuaries. The park provides you a a wide range of outdoor experiences including hiking on 11 km of coastal and wooded multi-use trails. You can exploring the historic sites and relaxing on the beach.
Driving Direction: Located at 4 km south of Highway 103, the Lighthouse Route, the park is 29 km west of Liverpool and 41 km east of Shelburne. Exit Highway 103 in Port Joli at the Port L’Herbert turn-off. Civic Address is: 529 Raddall Road Park, East Port l’Hebert.