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Thomas Raddall Provincial Park

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We have camped here and just gone for a day visit to the beaches and trails. There are a lot of... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Michele K
Bridgewater, Canada
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This was an unexpected surprise that we stumbled upon when searching for more information about... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2017
Jonathan K
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Raddall Park Road, Port Joli, Nova Scotia B0T 1S0, Canada
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We have camped here and just gone for a day visit to the beaches and trails. There are a lot of ticks here In the wooded areas and grass which ruined it the last time we went. My parents haven’t gone back since 2 years...More

Thank Michele K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful spot, lovely Beach's and nice large sites. Staff was friendly upon check in however they do not enforce their rules at all. Quiet hour at 10:30 and no alcohol before July 1st? The site next to us were up till 3:30, drinking and VERY...More

Thank Chris D
Reviewed 15 October 2017

We love going to this spot camping in October for the the Thanksgiving weekend. Great trails and views of the ocean. Very friendly staff and large campsites. Disappointing though that this year the park seems to be falling on some disrepair. We learned that the...More

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Reviewed 12 October 2017 via mobile

On your way to Keji, we decided to stop here. The path to the beach is pretty but.....after we got past the MacDonald house, we started seeing huge piles of scat. At the changing/rest rooms, a gentleman was there and said it was very fresh...More

Thank Hola4876
Reviewed 17 August 2017

This was an unexpected surprise that we stumbled upon when searching for more information about Kejimkujik seaside national park. We decided to stop in as we read that there was a chance of seeing seals here. We did strike out on seeing seals, but still...More

Thank Jonathan K
Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

My wife and I went to this park for an overnight tenting and to go to the beach. It is a great place for real campers. Very secluded with lots of woods and space between the campsites. The long old trail to the beach is...More

Thank Stephen B
Reviewed 1 August 2017

We went this past weekend, it was our first time. We have a 25 foot trailer and we had an ample site that allowed our two dogs and two children to run around with out fearing the road and other guests. We did a hike...More

Thank leash332017
Reviewed 3 July 2017 via mobile

Visited here Canada Day weekend, and although the weather wasn't the greatest the park was perfect! Campsites are spread out with plenty of forest in between, so they are secluded and spacious. We were a short and beautiful hike away from a sandy salt water...More

Thank Amanda P
Reviewed 16 June 2017

An easy walk through some woods and along both sandy and rocky beaches. It was a bit buggy in May, but spray and a hat helped. There were fresh signs of bear, so we made lots of noise and kept the dog close. You have...More

Thank Virginia L
Reviewed 29 September 2016 via mobile

I tented three days in the post season. The gravel road in is nasty. The campground is well laid out, the water drinkable, the pit toilets appalling. The hiking trails are "moderate" difficulty, not flat, very narrow, and mostly unblazed. The beaches and seascapes are...More

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