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. In 1912 the Dingle Tower was erected to honor this occasion. Today the park is best known for its forested trails, a frog pond and a sandy beach.
Sir Sandford Fleming Park adventures, and activities most enjoyed sightseeing, walking, swimming, birding (birdwatching), boating, ocean kayaking, ice skating, beachcombing, and hiking. Trails include the Crossland Ice, Fleming, Frog Pond, Loop and Seawall Trails.
One does not have to go far to enjoy a day exploring trails, enjoying some quality time at a beach while getting a healthy dose of Nova Scotia history.
The more important features, amenities and services located in and around Sir Sandford Fleming Park includes the Dingle Tower, playground, Adventure Earth Centre, washrooms, information plaques, statues, sightseeing benches, green space, boat launch, and outdoor stage.