Cape Chignecto Provincial Park
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Rob E
4 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
août 2023
very stunning shorelines and lots of good places to stop and look around . water was calm and easy to kayak in
Écrit le 27 août 2023
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Betty D
2 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2022
First time hiking Cape Chignecto, and I experienced every hikers worst nightmare....growing up on the shores of the Bay of Fundy I thought I was pretty savvy when it came to knowing the tides...I was so wrong! I went to explore a beach I saw off the trail. I sat my backpack against some rocks and climbed up a few meters on the rocks to enjoy the view...I got too wrapped up in the view and looked down to see my backpack riding a current out to sea. Everything except my sleeping bag, tent and sleeping pad were in that pack. I literally ran 7km back to the visitor centre. I went home knowing that I just lost about $2000 in equipment, including my pack. My Garmin inReach Mini 2 was clipped onto my pack. 4 hours later people on my MapShare got a ping, and it continued updating every 4 hours, despite the fact that it was floating in the ocean. I called the park, and then gave them access to my MapShare through Garmin. My packed seemed to be going in and out with the waves in a cove near where I lost it, and it was uncertain whether this cove was even accessible by land. Allen and Millard from the park actually went out that day at low tide and tracked my pack through my Garmin. I didn't have a prayer to ever see that pack again, but these 2 men went above and beyond to retrieve my belongings. I have no words to say how grateful I am to the park staff. I learned a valuable lesson to never underestimate the ocean, even as someone who should have known better. Even more, I learned that this park has amazing staff who will do whatever it takes to help you. Also, the park is beyond stunning!! Thank you again to Allen and Millard...you are 2 exceptional human beings!!!
Écrit le 4 octobre 2022
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KellyReindeer
20 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2022
We are a young family who wanted a bit of day hiking. When we arrived at the park entrance, the gracious experts kindly advised that the southern area was best suited for back country camping and sent us up to Eatonville Day-Use Park.

Eatonville Day-Use was fantastic! We got four mini-hikes in before the kiddos tired out. Each section had a great info sign so we learnt cultural and geological facts. A great day of low-stress hiking and sparkling vistas!

Tips

1) We drove, as recommended, from the park entrance at the southern tip up to Eatonville Day-Use along the dirt sideroad. It was bUmPy. Next time, we would take the paved Eatonville Road.

2) We went in June: bring insect repellent or wear bug jackets.

3) There are some steep cliffs. Consider whether that selfie is worth calling EMS for because you toppled over and are now stuck.

Hope you have beautiful weather for your hike!
Écrit le 2 juillet 2022
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BarkerJ
1 contribution
5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2020
So it wasn't the quite the trip we planned.... After a beautiful and peaceful starry night at Christie Fields, we couldn't have asked for a more perfect first day hiking to Refugee Cove. Some steep climbs for sure, but stunning views and beautiful forest. Once our tent was pitched we took our camp stove to the beach and ate supper watching the sunset. Unfortunately, the next morning, one of our party woke up having dizzy spells and trouble balancing, so a 19km hike with a heavy pack looked like it was out of the question for her. Once we were sure things weren't going to improve, we had to call for help. The staff were all understanding, super-kind and helpful. We felt so bad and thoroughly disappointed in not being able to continue, but we can't thank the staff enough. I will definitely be back to finish what I started!
Écrit le 14 septembre 2020
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EffieLuna29
Miramichi, Canada76 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
août 2019 • Entre amis
First time being in the park area this summer. A group of us booked the group campground, which had some confusion on pricing - we thought it was per site and ended up having to pay per tent when we got there. I was able to get to the site with my little two door hatchback, but it was a rough road and not paved. Another friend ended up with a flat tire. I arrived in the daylight, but some friends came later and it's almost impossible to find in the dark and there aren't many signs or good cell service.

The sites are pretty isolated though and have nice little walks to get to them, although you have to carry all your stuff in because they are not drive up. Best to bring your own drinking water too. Unfortunately for us there was a fire ban in the park, so for two nights we sat around a lantern and cooked on a grill to keep warm. We had colder than normal August nights. All that aside, the park is very nice and we did a few day hikes. Some were quite steep, but the views are worth it. We all talked about going back some day to do the full back country hiking trail.
Écrit le 31 décembre 2019
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LEE L
MONCTON, New Brunswick46 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
août 2019
The beaches are just beautiful. The hike is steep, but well worth it if you can handle it. We will be going back. We just did a day trip
Écrit le 4 septembre 2019
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Susan C
Advocate, Canada12 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2019 • En solo
Great place to hike, nice beach, camping sites available, scenic and unspoiled area, beach combing and trails
Écrit le 3 septembre 2019
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Noraatc
Sudbury, MA38 569 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2018 • En couple
We drove to the Cape Chignecto Park from Parrsboro on a very picturesque road: green hills, little lakes, bright yellow wild flowers... We arrived at the park in 45 minutes, took the hiking maps and started our hikes.

TIP: if you are just looking for the red rocks and ocean views, do not take long hikes: they are right there - a short walk from the Visitor Center and the parking lot (day parking is free). We embarked on the longer hike and mostly walked in thick woods with no views; after maybe 2 miles of steady uphill walk, we kind of lost our way and turned back. We brought some light snacks with us for lunch which we enjoyed at one of many picnic tables. The views of the Bay of Fundy with Cape Chignecto at the distance were breathtaking. After lunch, we headed to the beach and walked on the beautiful red rocks at low tide. The colors were absolutely breathtaking... bright red rocks, blue sky without a single cloud and turquoise waters of the ocean are a photographer's dream.
Écrit le 23 août 2019
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Kayla K
Burlington, Canada30 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2018
There are beautiful hiking trails along the clifftops and on the beach from the main visitors centre. One of those trails will also go all the way to the Three Sisters lookout if you have the time. The Three Sisters area has the best views in the park and used to have its own visitors centre so you could save time by driving there instead of hiking. The centre has been closed and the road signs leading to it taken down but the parking lot near the start of the boardwalk trails is still accessible. If you're feeling adventurous but short on time, try to find your way there because it is well worth the view.
Écrit le 7 août 2019
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Ben
1 contribution
2,0 sur 5 bulles
juil. 2019 • En famille
Beautiful landscape, and medium to difficult trails.

We had a 4 days hike, with 3 nights.

Instead of bringing our tent, we rented cabins for 3 nights. When we arrived at our first cabin (after 9 km of hike, going up and down of hills), we discovered that no mattresses were on the bed.

Wow, how could we have misted that detail! I looked on my reservation, on the park brochure, on the web site of the park ... but no mention of that information.

We are used to do multi-day hiking (Quebec, NB, Gaspesia, NE, Yukon, White Montains), using tent and cabin. In most cases, when we pay for a cabin, there is plastic mattresses on the bed. If not, it is written so we can bring our own hiking mattresses.

So I called the admin.

Answer: “Sorry mister, we do not provide mattresses.”

Me: “But it is not written anywhere that you don’t provide mattresses. How could could I have known that you didn’t?”

Answer: “It’s the first time we hear about that sir”.

Me: “Have you done hiking before, so you know what is done elsewhere?”

Answer: “No”.

Anyway I will not write the entire discussion. But at the end, too bad for me that I won’t sleep. I did pay, they will not refund or try to provide any solution.

But, I can write a note when exiting that park to remind them to specify on their documentation that no mattresses are provided when we pay $$$ for cabins....

Beautiful landscape, but poor service not oriented to customer.
Écrit le 15 juillet 2019
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