Thomas Raddall Provincial Park overlooks Port Joli Harbour on Nova Scotia’s South Shore. With over 650 ha (1,600 acres) the park offers visitors a wide range of outdoor experiences including hiking on 11 km (7 mi) of coastal and wooded multi-use trails; exploring historic sites and interpretive panels; camping; picnicking; and relaxing on beautiful secluded beaches. The park is across the harbour from Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct National Park.
four migratory seabird sanctuaries, as well as Perkins House, Fort Point Lighthouse Park, Queens County Museum and the Milton Blacksmith Shop (Liverpool).
Campground accommodations include:
82 wooded overnight sites including 13 walk-in sites (un-serviced). Group sites available.
Park amenities include:
flush toilets, showers, disposal station, dishwashing station, trailhead building with wood stove, three white sand beaches (unsupervised), trails for walking or cycling, fire grills, wood, and ice. This is a Campground Host park. Leashed pets permitted.
Outdoor activities: Hiking, Kayaking
Directions: Hwy 103, west of Port Joli, 4 km south on East Port l’Hébert Rd; 29 km from Liverpool.
Facilities / ServicesWheelchair accessible
Detailed InformationActivities: Birding & wildlife, Camping, Cycling, Hiking, Kayaking
Directions: POff Hwy 103, 4 km (2.5 mi) south of Port Joli.
Off-season rates available