2014 Season - May 16 - Oct. 13
Park Info:Overlooking Port Joli Harbour on Nova Scotia's South Shore, Thomas Radddall Provincial Park is a nature lovers' haven. The park is just across the harbour from Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct National Park, and there are four migratory seabird sanctuaries nearby.
With over 650 ha (1,600 acres) the park offers visitors a wide range of outdoor experiences, including hiking, camping, picnicing, sight seeing, or relaxing on the beach.
Facilities and Services
The park offers a large campground with a total of 82 sites (13 walk-in), picnic areas, and three unsupervised beaches. It also features both walk-in and drive-up camping sites, beautiful white sand beaches, and walking and cycling trails.
Camping reservations can be made beginning April 2, 2013. See Reservations for details and conditions.
Walk in Tenting
Two walk in tenting areas are located app. 100 - 200 meters from designated parking areas and pit privies. Both sites are situated in a mixed wood semi-barren setting with equal walking distances to a central washroom facility.
Coastal Loop - tenting area overlooks a "Freshwater Fen" close to the camper beach (150m). It is accessed by a multi use trail.
Woodland Site - in tenting area offers a more enclosed or secluded feeling, it is situated on the coastal lowland area of the park but a little further inland.
Campsites are generally small in size; are tucked into the landscape to accentuate landscape features. Inland hiking trail opportunities are accessible from both areas. ( Click here to see larger version)
Join the Thomas Raddall Provincial Park staff as they host an invitation to "Lunch on the beach". Come and enjoy a free BBQ with hot dogs and cold drinks! Meet at Scotch Point(campers beach). Lunch is on us as we celebrate this Labour Day weekend. Bring sunscreen, hats, water and lots of enthusiasm! Sponsored by the NS Department of Natural Resources. Contact the park at (902) 683-2664 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The park staff at Thomas Raddall are hosting their annual sand sculpture contest. This year it will be held at Scotch Point Beach and is a kids only event. Prizes will be awarded. Please note only one entry per campsite. Timing of the sculpture contest depends on low tide. Pre-registration is required. Dress for the weather. Bring beach attire, towels, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, water, snacks and sand sculpture building tools. Please note that regular camping fees apply. Sponsored by the NS Department of Natural Resources. Contact the park at (902)683-2664 or email email@example.com.
Come out and celebrate closing weekend. Pumpkin carving and campsite decoration contests will be judged at 6 PM. Don't forget to dress up and bring lots of treats for the little Trick or Treaters! Bring Halloween decorations, pumpkins. Prizes will be awarded at the Trail Head Building at 7 PM. Please note that regular camping fees apply. Sponsored by the NS Department of Natural Resources. Contact the park at (902) 683-2664 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Liverpool (32 km)
• Hank Snow Country Music Centre
• Liverpool Historical Walking Tours
• Perkins House Museum
Shelburne (32 km)
• The Dory Shop Museum (40 km)
• Black Loyalists Heritage Society (45 km)
Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct (10 km)
Liverpool Golf & Country Club (17 km)
Summerville Beach Provincial Park
For more information on these and other attractions, please consult the NovaScotia.com or visit one of the many Visitor Information Centres.
Located 4 km (2 mi.) south of Highway 103, the Lighthouse Route, the park is 29 km (18 mi.) west of Liverpool and 41 km (26 mi.) east of Shelburne. Exit Highway 103 in Port Joli at the Port L'Herbert turn-off. Our civic address is: 529 Raddall Road Park, East Port l'Hebert.
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64°55' 10.90" W
43°50' 41.22" N