Taylor Head Provincial Park Spry Bay

A friendly welcome

We are the Friends of Taylor Head Provincial Park Society, a diverse group of people who love this park, provide educational programming and assist in the preservation of this rugged coastal protected area. 

Taylor Head Provincial Park is a natural environment park. It occupies a rugged wind-swept peninsula jutting six and a half kilometers (4 miles) into the Atlantic Ocean in Spry Bay, Nova Scotia. The park provides spectacular views and an unspoiled coastline.

Discover the majesty of enduring rock versus the tumultuous power of the sea, all just over an hour’s drive from Halifax.

Taylor Head Provincial Park

Park inhabitants

Wildlife found here are as varied as the habitats found within the park.


An annual membership offsets the Society’s expenses.

Taylor Head Provincial Park Spry Bay

Totally awesome

A rugged wind-swept peninsula jutting six and a half kilometres (4 miles) into the Atlantic Ocean.

Eastern Shore

Explore the area

Under a 90 minute drive from Halifax is a park like no other and local services and attractions. 


Hike the coast

Hike the 12.5 km (7.6 mi.) system of interconnected trails. From easy to challenging, there’s a trail for you.


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