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Lawrencetown Beach East Lawrencetown 4.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in East Lawrencetown
2. Around that same area is a biking trail and a walking trail around the salt marsh that area is known for... 3. Proceed a little further and there is a tea room and surf board rental shop and I think, I cool lit...
This is a lovely beach to visit with a tea house and surf shop on it.
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Seaforth
I enjoyed touring and seeing all the animals, the guided tour was fun and enjoyable.
There was an informative tour given by a volunteer (all staff are dedicated volunteers).
Martinique Beach Provincial Park East Petpeswick 6.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in East Petpeswick
Excellent facilities - there's picnic tables under little shelters, taps to wash your feet and beach things, change rooms, and the cleanest outhouses I've ever seen.
Gradual slope into the ocean so you can go in gradually, which also makes for good beach-break waves for surfing or boogie boarding.
Conrad's Beach Lawrencetown, Canada 5.5 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Lawrencetown
Carpark is only tiny so people park down the side of the road, which makes for quite a trek sometimes!
Rainbow Haven Beach Provincial Park Cow Bay, Canada 8.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Cow Bay
We set up on the rocks because the sand was wall to wall people but it was perfect for my son and I to chill and chat while my husband and daughter body surfed for an hour.
We had fun walking along the water looking for treasures.
Atlantic View Trail Lawrencetown, Canada 5.8 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Lawrencetown
Porters Lake Provincial Park Porters Lake 2.5 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Porters Lake
It's conveniently located near to Lawrencetown beach and the eastern Shore.
A clean family camping park minutes from metro nice to have access to lake the staff work hard to keep duties up but unfortunately they do not have enough employees...
Nathan Smith Park East Chezzetcook 3.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in East Chezzetcook
Crowbar Lake Hiking Trails Porters Lake 10.3 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Porters Lake
A great hike
Shubenacadie Canal Waterway Dartmouth 14.7 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.
Halifax Public Gardens Halifax 16.0 mi away
#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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Point Pleasant Park Halifax 15.5 mi away
#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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McCormacks Beach Provincial Park Eastern Passage 12.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Eastern Passage
Situated just a short walk away from the shops and Boondocks this boarded walkway around the small peninsula is a peaceful wander around with views across the water and vegetation either side.
The boardwalk is a great way to work off some of the great seafood consumed on holidays and the fresh ocean breeze is a relief from city heat
Cole Harbour Heritage Farm Museum Cole Harbour 11.9 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Cole Harbour
The farm animals are a delight and extremely well attended to and well taken care of.
Its a great place for small children to visit, see the animals and some of the Heritage from a farm.
McNabs Island Halifax 13.8 mi away
#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!
Lake Banook Dartmouth 14.8 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 14.8 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...
Emera Oval Halifax 16.2 mi away
#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...
Victoria Park Halifax 15.7 mi away
#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
Back to the Sea Touch Tank Hut Dartmouth 15.4 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.