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Yup - exact same as a nearby park we visited earlier that day. At least here there were signs warning people of the bears. A sign said it was at least a 35 minute walk to the beach and to expect to spend at least...More
The hike was on the easy side and once we got to the end where the beach was, it was unbelievably gorgeous. I had no idea it was going to be so beautiful. As we walked along the beach, it just better and better. It...More
So glad I randomly read about and decided to visit this place. It was a great place to spend some of my birthday. It's very calm and beautiful. The hike to the part of the beach I went to was very easy. You don't need...More
We were here during our visit in Nova Scotia. The walk to the beach was really worth it. I would recommend it to everyone!
The bathrooms were dirty and smelled like it hadnt been cleaned in a long time.
We hiked the Rocky Harbor trail in this park. It was an easy walk except for some short rocky stretches. The trail goes through areas of trees and tall grass. When you reach the beach, you are rewarded with a view of little rocky islands...More
If you are looking forward to a hike in Nova Scotia, this is the place to be. Keji seaside is remote, has no staff or services (it does have washrooms) and is strictly for hiking. The trails were not always clearly marked (due in part...More
While in Halifax we discovered that this park existed and decided to give it a look. It is a quiet and remote park with no entry fee, modern bathrooms, and we did see seals. We did not see a bear. The trail that follows that...More
Getting to the trailhead is not the easiest, as the last few kilometers are on a partly paved / partly gravel/dirt road full of potholes; the trail itself (the part that leads to the beach) is nice, but a bit "boring" -- you walk along...More