Halifax, NS Parks, Trails and Places

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Best Parks & Trails in Canada

Best Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada parks, trails, historic sites, beaches, and places explored, documented, photographed, caught on video and published by participating Canadian Travel Influencers. Come explore any one of our Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada adventure and activity destinations today.

Best Parks, Trails and Places In Halifax, NS, Canada

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site (also referred to as Fort George) was originally built in 1749 to protect Halifax Harbour and the Royal Navy Dockyard in Halifax, NS from its enemies.
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5425 Sackville St
Halifax Public Gardens is a 6 hectare (17 acre) Victorian-era floral exhibit first established in 1867 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Spring Garden Rd.
The 1793 York Redoubt National Historic Site is a fort designed to protect Halifax Harbour between 1790 to World War 2.
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York Redoubt Crescent
Sir Sandford Fleming Park (also referred to as Dingle Park) is a 38 hectare (95 acre) historical and recreational urban park created to commemorate the 150th anniversary of representative government in Nova Scotia.
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Dingle Road
Point Pleasant Park is a 75 hectare (190 acres) urban recreation and historic park situated at the southern tip of Halifax Peninsula in Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Point Pleasant Drive
Rainbow Haven Beach Provincial Park is a beautiful sandy beach with boardwalk trails protecting the sand dunes and providing easy access to the beach. Rainbow Haven Beach Provincial Park in Nova Scotia Canada is a top thing to do while exploring near Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada.
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2249 Cow Bay Road
Cleveland Beach Provincial Park is a 4.4 hectare (11 acre) long, beautiful sandy beach park located southwest of Halifax, NS in the area of Hubbards, NS on the south shore coastline of Nova Scotia, Canada.
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St. Margaret's Bay Road
Halifax Waterfront will blow you away. It is by far one of the most beautiful and entertaining waterfront boardwalks in Canada, not to mention it is one of the longest.
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Lower Water Street
Peggy's Point Lighthouse is by far one of the most photographed lighthouses in Canada.
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Peggys Point Rd
Peggy's Cove
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