Taylor Head Beach

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Taylor Head Beach
Entrance to the park.
Newcombe's Graveyard
View of the coast near Taylors Point

Taylor Head Beach is a provincial park on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. It is located 11 km southwest of Sheet Harbour, near Spry Bay, Nova Scotia.[1]


It has 1 km (0.62 mi) of sandy beach and 22 km (14 mi) of hiking trails. The trails are rugged.[1] There are many scenic hiking trails varying in length. There are also many geological features and natural habitats.[1] Taylor Head Beach is one of the few places in Nova Scotia that has sand volcanoes.[2] Hunting is forbidden inside the park borders. 2-3 sailors drowned off the coast of Taylor Head and are buried there. There is a sign at their place of burial.

Trails[edit]

Trail Length (km) Length (mi) Difficulty Notes
Beach Walk 1 0.62 Easy
Bob Bluff Trail 3 1.9 Moderate
Spry Bay Trail 4 2.5 Moderate Loop trail.
Bull Beach Trail 6 3.7 Moderate
Headland Trail 8 5.0 Challenging Loop trail.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Day Use Parks — listed A-Z". Nova Scotia Government. Archived from the original on 12 January 2016. Retrieved 14 November 2015. 
  2. ^ http://novascotiatrip.pbwiki.com/f/TaylorHead.pdf page 2

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 44°50′14.97″N 62°35′9.68″W / 44.8374917°N 62.5860222°W / 44.8374917; -62.5860222