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Taylor Head Provincial Park

20140 Highway 7, Spry Bay, Nova Scotia B0J 3H0, Canada
+1 902-772-2554
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Incredible Beach + Fun Hike

This is a great spot to relax on a beautiful beach, if you're feeling a little more energetic there... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
2see2sea
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Bridgeport, Connecticut
Beautiful Day!!

We were there on the long weekend. Arrived around 930 am. We hiked the 8 km coastal trail that... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Stacey R
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Travellers talk about
“eastern shore” (6 reviews)
“nice beach” (3 reviews)
LOCATION
20140 Highway 7, Spry Bay, Nova Scotia B0J 3H0, Canada
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+1 902-772-2554
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"eastern shore"
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"nice beach"
in 3 reviews
"nice picnic area"
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"pitcher plants"
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"hiking boots"
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"lovely scenery"
in 2 reviews
"great hike"
in 2 reviews
"beautiful spot"
in 3 reviews
"enjoy nature"
in 2 reviews
"nova scotia"
in 9 reviews
"coastal trail"
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"marshy areas"
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"pit toilets"
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"spry"
in 6 reviews
"woods"
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"boggy"
in 2 reviews
"camera"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a great spot to relax on a beautiful beach, if you're feeling a little more energetic there are great trails to hike before you decide to laze on the beach. My friend and I did just that! We came to hike and after...More

Thank 2see2sea
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We were there on the long weekend. Arrived around 930 am. We hiked the 8 km coastal trail that included the Spry Bay trail and the Headlands trail. It was a perfect day for hiking and the views did not disappoint. Make sure to bring...More

Thank Stacey R
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Reviewed 11 May 2018 via mobile

Such a beautiful spot to visit! Just a stone's throw from spry Bay campground. Don't miss this beautiful spot with stunning hikes and spectacular views. Even on a foggy day it was wonderful!

Thank Lisa M
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Reviewed 27 November 2017

We were looking for a hike and found that Taylor Head Provincial Park was still open! Surprising as most Provincial Parks are closed ( to vehicle traffic at least) in September. The hike was stunning. Lovely coastal vistas, sand beaches and rocky outcroppings. Lots of...More

Thank HHArtist
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Reviewed 5 September 2017

We turned off highway 7 to visit this park. The entrance to the park is well marked and easy to find. We followed a gravel road for about 5 kilometers to the parking area. There are a couple of pit toilets, a changing room and...More

Thank CKT808
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Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

Well worth the hour and a half drive from the city. The hike was intense with lots of stunning scenery!!! The beach was gorgeous!! Absolutely amazing day 🙂

Thank BunBre
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Reviewed 12 August 2017

Although we had planned to visit a beach closer to town, we ended up visiting this one and it was more than worth the drive. The sands are fine and white, it was relatively quiet and it was huge. The water is a bit warmer...More

Thank MFamilyTraveller
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Reviewed 26 July 2017

We were amazed at the beauty of the area. Everything was so green and lots of the plants were in bloom. We saw pitcher plants, Labrador tea, and Iris' along the way. The hike was fairly challenging due to the wet conditions but the lovely...More

1  Thank Patti K
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Reviewed 17 July 2017

Before tourist season started (July 1) this park was fairly deserted. Signs warning about reporting vandalism and about not leaving valuables in your car made me a bit leery especially as a solo traveler. It's 2 miles out to Bull Beach Trail on a dirt/gravel...More

1  Thank b d
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Reviewed 12 June 2017

The park exceeded our expectations. We were going there for hiking, but wished once there that we had brought our swimming suits as the beach was beautiful and the water was clear. There is some infrastructure over there to change and go to bathroom (not...More

Thank Julie-Anne P
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