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.
Nearby: 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.
Detailed Information Outdoor activities: Hiking, Kayaking Directions: Hwy 103, west of Port Joli, 4 km south on East Port l’Hébert Rd; 29 km from Liverpool.
Activities: Birding • Camping • Cycling • Hiking • Kayaking
Features: Wheelchair Accessible
Government Level: Provincial
Directions: Off Hwy 103, 4 km (2.5 mi) south of Port Joli.