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Graham219 wrote a review Aug 2019
Sheffield, United Kingdom54 contributions20 helpful votes
It’s a nice spot but you can’t access it directly. If you go down Paddy’s Head Road you will pass a beach and cross a small bridge. On the right you will see a building site where a new house is going in. You can access the sea from there. Turn left at the sea. There is s bit of a trail that quickly peters out. From there you have to scramble on the rocks for a bit. We did it with 6 and 8 year olds. You just need to keep an eye on them. …
Date of experience: August 2019
worrywart2015 wrote a review Nov 2017
Halifax, Canada32 contributions15 helpful votes
You can't get to the lighthouse as you would have to cross private land and the owner doesn't like anyone going across his land. Can be seen long distance from King Neptune Camp Ground across the water. It has just been restored.
Date of experience: August 2017
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calloways m wrote a review May 2017
Hamilton, Canada86 contributions30 helpful votes
Certainly not a place for disabled persons or persons with walking difficulties. Once you do get there it's absolutely beautiful though
Date of experience: May 2017
Glidr wrote a review Oct 2016
Nanaimo, Canada483 contributions136 helpful votes
You can get near the light house by driving on Paddy's Cove Rd. off the main road, but not too it. It doesn't really matter. It's an attractive surprise so near Peggy's Cove and enjoyable for the serenity as well as the beauty on the drive near it. Worth the short drive in.
Date of experience: October 2016
Kevin B wrote a review Sep 2016
Bluffton, South Carolina54 contributions11 helpful votes
But the trip along Paddy's Head Road is very scenic offering views of Indian Harbour and the sometimes rougher waters off Mackerel Point and Paddy's Head. It's worth the side trip off Peggy's Cove Road to see it.
Date of experience: September 2016