Port Hood Beach Provincial Park is a day-use picnic park with a 1km sand and cobble beach. A boardwalk trail leads you around the sand dunes and beside a salt marsh, offering great birding opportunities.
Park amenities include: picnic tables, boardwalk trail, change house, flush toilets, interpretive signage and parking.
The beach is located across the street from the Port Hood trailhead for the Celtic Shores Coastal Trail, Nova Scotia’s first destination trail for cyclists.
GPS: N46 00.191 W61 31.797
Activities: Birding • Canoeing • Hiking • Kayaking
Features: Wheelchair Accessible
Government Level: Provincial