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Blomidon Provincial Park

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Blomidon Provincial Park

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becca477 wrote a review Oct 2020
Amherst, Canada65 contributions10 helpful votes
Stunning views, and many benches to enjoy the scenery. All sites are unserviced. Sites 54, 56 and 58 are quite private. What is lacking is a dishwashing station. There are 12 km of trails right in the park, ranging from easy to difficult. Cape Split trail is nearby. In the area are various roadside stands that sell fruit and vegetables, depending on the month, with u-picks being quite popular.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Qasem wrote a review Aug 2020
Halifax, Canada322 contributions57 helpful votes
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One of my favourite places, and the best place to see the tides. The area is very nice, and the park is great for family visit.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Sharon wrote a review Jul 2020
Nova Scotia, Canada6 contributions
Well maintained trail leading to amazing views! 12 km round trip - bring a picnic to have at the end and enjoy!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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tshep42 wrote a review Jul 2020
Halifax, Canada3,512 contributions524 helpful votes
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This is a large, provincial park about 15 minutes outside of Wolfville. It is well signed with bathrooms and a large parking lot. There are a few hiking trails with great views. There is a beach, although it is not a traditional sand beach. The tide goes out so incredibly far. There is a wooden stairway that leads down to it.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Pixaleen wrote a review Jan 2020
Toronto, Canada28 contributions16 helpful votes
We visited at low tide, on a very misty June morning. What a surreal place! Absolutely beautiful, completely quiet and peaceful. We walked a long way out trying to find the water, and finally found it just as the tide began inching back in. The heavy, red mud on the ocean bottom felt so good on our feet. I have been somewhat obsessed with Blomidon ever since our visit, and can't wait to get back. Words simply cannot do it justice. You must visit!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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