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Cape Chignecto Provincial Park Trails: Visitors Centre to Mill Brook

Location
Located Within Advocate Harbour
Where To Find Us
Cape Chignecto Provincial Park
1108 West Advocate Rd
Advocate Harbour, NS
Areas Served Atlantic Canada
Contact
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Website parks.novascotia.ca/content/cape-chignecto
E-Mail parkinfo@novascotia.ca
Phone Cape Chignecto Provincial Park: 902-392-2085 (From mid-May to mid-October)  
Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation Division: 902-662-3030 (mid-October to mid-May)  
Reservation Information Only: 1-888-544-3434
Description & Services
Information Cape Chignecto Provincial Park offers a spectacular experience of Nova Scotia's coastline and wilderness. There are multiple hiking options with a range in difficulty rating. The hike from the Visitors Centre to Mill Brook is a 6 km hike with front-country conditions. (Front country trails have steps, stairs and railings provided along the trail.) Some sections of this trail are rated "difficult", while others are rated "easy". There are walk-in/hike-in camping sites and cabins available at Mill Brook.  
 
There are several camping options at Cape Chignecto; 28 walk-in sites, 41 back-country sites, sea kayaking accessible sites and wilderness cabins and bunkhouses are available. Reservations can be arranged online, or by calling 1-888-544-3434 from within North America, or 519-826-5301 from outside of North America. There are no drive up sites available at this park. 
 
There are three campgrounds nearby with drive-up sites available: ADDA Fundy Tides Campground (five kilometres from Cape Chignecto), Old Shipyard Beach Campground (eleven kilometres from Cape Chignecto), Glooscap Park and Campground (fifty kilometres from Cape Chignecto).  
 
A brochure of Cape Chignecto Provincial Park can be found here. (Link opens in new tab.)
Hours Open from May 20th to October 20th, 2016
Special Information
Tags NS Trail Guide ; Recreation Categories ; Trails
Categories Hiking ; Hiking Trails ; Maps ; Provincial/Territorial Parks