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Cape Chignecto Provincial Park: Eatonville Day-Use Trails

Three Sisters Trail and Squally Point Trail

Location
Located Within Advocate Harbour
Where To Find Us
Three Sisters Visitor Centre
2375 Eatonville Rd
Advocate Harbour, NS B0M 1A0
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)  
Reservations Only: 1-888-544-3434
Description & Services
Information Located in West Advocate, this provincial park offers a spectacular experience of Nova Scotia's coastline and wilderness. The Eatonville area of the park is for day-use and has two trails that are more family accessible, and require much less hiking experience than the other trails at Cape Chignecto. Entrance to the day-use portion of the park is located at the Three Sisters Visitors Centre.  
 
The Three Sisters Trail is approximately 2.9 km in length, and directs hikers to look-off platforms at Anderson's Cove, Eatonville Harbour, and the Three Sisters sea stacks.  
 
Squally Point Trail features some of the most spectacular scenery in the park, and has a boardwalk and viewing platforms, offering a close-up view of a raised beach at Squally Point. The return trip for this trail covers a distance of 3.2 km.
Dates Open from May to October
Special Information
Tags Active Living ; Fall Fun ; Fundy Connect ; HALIFAX ; Hiking ; NS Trail Guide ; Outdoor Recreation ; Park ; Provincial Park ; Recreation Categories ; Tourism ; Trails ; Walking
Categories Boardwalks/Promenades ; Hiking ; Hiking Trails ; Maps ; Picnic Grounds ; Provincial/Territorial Parks ; Wheelchair Users