Cape Chignecto Park - Fifty km of trails along the cliffs and beaches of the Fundy coast. The park is designed for day hiking or backpacking with wilderness campsites provided making this a wonderful 3 or 4 day hike. Trail heads located at Red Rocks near Advocate (40 km west of Parrsboro) and Eatonville (70 km west of Parrsboro). New trails to the "Three Sisters" rock formation are now open!
- Three km from Parrsboro town centre is Partridge Island,
site of the original settlement of Parrsboro. A 1.5 km trail
crosses the island to a look off offering magnificent views
of Cape Blomidon, Cape Split and Spencer's Island.
Trails - Thirty five km east of Parrsboro turn
left onto the River Phillip Road in Economy to access a
network of hiking trails characterized by sculptured cliffs,
volcanic rock pinnacles and water falls. Trails vary from 1
hr walk to Economy Falls to the 18 km Kenomee Canyon Trail.
Wilderness campsites available.
Thomas' Cove Coastal Reserve - Thirty five km east of Parrsboro at the mouth of the Economy River. Spectacular views from 8 km of coastal and woodland trails.
|Ward's Falls - "Temporarily CLOSED" Eight km west of Parrsboro, 3 km trail follows Ward's Brook inland through mature forest to a canyon and water falls.|
|Five Islands Provincial Park - 20 km west of Parrsboro, several well maintained trails of 3 to 5 km length explore the Fundy cliffs and shore. At low tide walk on the ocean floor to the nearest islands.|
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