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#1 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
Located in the heart of downtown Halifax, the Public Gardens is an oasis of quiet walkways, beautiful flowerbeds and flowering shrubs, majestic deciduous trees, and a shimmering pond with scores of ducks and geese.
It's so incredible to walk through there's so much to see! From the pond with the miniature boats and the ducks, to all the beautiful flowers & trees throughout, there's a spot with cacti and succulents, big beaut...
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#2 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
... , picnic tables.....you can sit and watch cargo ships , sail boats and military ships sail past.....or unwind on a quiet walk in the woods ...so much to do and see in the 75 hectors of Point Pleasant Park.
... trails, with historical landmarks and cannons, all culminating in the rocky beach overlooking the ocean.....my grandson was intrigued by all the bird feeders and the " doggies" all running and playing off leash !
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#3 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
Excellent For Those that cannot enjoy a rink,as they rent skates an you can enjoy or learn to skate on ice outside,Great for Families,an Schools,also RollerBlading in summer as well,an large field close by for rel...
The toilets were clean and there were benches in the sun and shade.My wife returned the skates and helmet and her driver's license was also returned.My grandson wants to return to this wonderful Oval as soon as po...
#4 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
Mr. Mike Tilley of "McNabs Island Ferry and Nature Tours" is the consummate professional person who gives you a brief history of the island, describes the flora and fauna, and points out the more interesting place...
We have the Point Pleasant Park, The Commons, The Public Gardens, George's Island, Bedford walk paths and this Gem!
#5 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
Great vistas of the North West Arm , yachts, boating and in a peaceful setting.The tower is historic and especially appealing when it is open for views from the top.
... benches,playground for children,a wharf and boat launch.It is a good place for people to rediscover nature and to calm our over-stimulated human minds.Seabirds,land birds and nature's treasures from the sea ca...
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#6 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
the hiking is awesome and such a picturesque place to picnic, adventure hikes, walk the dog, all around relaxing place.
Had a wonderful walk thru the gardens..so pretty and relaxing a must see with all the beautiful colors of the flowers
#7 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
Amazing sea views - breathtaking at every vista, and a seal colony to boot! It’s around 20 minutes south of Halifax, easy enough to find - chebucto rd to Duncan’s cove rd, parking lot on the left for about 6 cars,...
... beautiful sites and wonders of Nova Scotia, while in the Halifax area this is a close one to take in, close to the city and great trails to truly experience some of the wonders of the rugged coastline and fauna.
#8 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
We enjoyed the bouncy park, the playgrounds, the zip lines and seeing the animals.
My daughter and her two best friends were treated to a private trail ride as a delayed brithday present.
#9 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
You can walk with kids, good fo running and hiking The park ways are located between two lakes There are benches to sit down and relax
There’s lots of hiking trails washrooms parking lots boat launch for canoes.
Lake Banook Dartmouth 2.1 mi away
#2 of 9 Nature & Parks in Dartmouth
Home to 3 canoe clubs, this beautiful lake hosts year round activity including swimming, paddling, and skating, as well as walking/ running trails around the perimeter - and a lakeside coffee shop, salon, and heal...
Perfect place to go swimming.You can go boating.There are so many things you can do in and around this lake.You can even have lunch or just have a coffee while taking in the beauty of lake Banook.
Sullivan's Pond Dartmouth 2.1 mi away
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Dartmouth
Trees, flower beds, bandstand, history, ducks, geese, fountain, open areas, island, lights on the trees, warm atmosphere, live music on summer Sundays, all enjoyed by all ages.
This is a beautiful spot in Downtown Dartmouth.You can sit and watch the ducks and swans and enjoy a picnic.A beautiful place for wedding picture,prom pictures.Its a great place to just sit and enjoy your lunch.Ni...
Shubenacadie Canal Waterway Dartmouth 4.0 mi away
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Dartmouth
The scenery ranges from walks through the woods and also along the shoreline of a beautiful lake, and you can even go canoeing and kayaking along the Shivie canal out to Lake Charles.
... trip along the Waverley road area ( We took our own kayak/paddle board) You can access this area directly from the Shubie Canal Park, or the walking trails from the Dartmouth Crossing entrance near the cineplex.
#10 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
The park grounds feature lots of parking, a large and mostly flat green space, several picnic benches scattered around, vault toilets, access to walking trails, a small swimming beach, and Shubenacadie Grand Lake...
Has a small beach lots of picnic tables and open space as well as shaded.
#11 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
Situated by the waterside this is a large park which houses the monument to where Africville stood before it was razed to the ground.
#12 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
The first loop like most other reviews say is near the highway and can be a little noisy, but will allow you to see most of the maritime coastal regions unique scenery.
Back to the Sea Touch Tank Hut Dartmouth 1.2 mi away
#4 of 9 Nature & Parks in Dartmouth
The staff and volunteers at the Touch Tank Hut showcase the great diversity of marine life found within the shores of Nova Scotia in an engaging and energetic manner that keeps visitor coming back, weekend after w...
It's a simple, small hut that does an excellent job of teaching kids and adults alike about local marine life (e.g., crab, starfish, sea urchin) along with an opportunity to touch them.
#13 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
You pass many lakeshores, river sections, lots of wildlife especially beavers, ducks, geese, occasional loon, deer, rabbits, partridges occasionally coyote.You pass "Gerry Lawrence" provincial picnic park.
About 13 miles out , the trail links seamlessly with a longer one passing behind another friendly bike rental/repair shop named Bikes and Beans, which doubles as a relaxing snacks cafe, accessible also by road.
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#15 of 21 Nature & Parks in Halifax
After the well documented explosion in 1917 this lovely park at the Hydrostone area offers a great space for children to run around and enjoy the play area and for others to wander along to the memorial set within...
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Hemlock Ravine Bedford 3.3 mi away
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bedford
You'll feel like you are out in the country when you walk along the well-marked trails in this beautiful park.
I like how the park gives you an original look at how the land was with the trees and plants, before the city grew around it.
#5 of 9 Nature & Parks in Dartmouth
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