The diversity of the parks of Lunenburg Region offers discovery and enjoyment for every visitor. With rivers, lakes, ocean, waterfalls, or the shade of inland forest, our parks provide a protected oasis, many with convenient amenities such as interpretive stations, picnic tables, play areas, and bathroom facilities. Some parks have water access for swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and sport fishing—we encourage you to check posted rules and accessibility information.
Beautiful park alongside the banks of the Lahave River in the community of Conquerall Bank. Those who visit have said “The sunset from that view and just the tranquility when you’re on that parcel of land, it’s like you’re on your own little piece of heaven.” Civic Address: 893 Highway 331 Conquerall Bank
Cookville Provincial Park is a small community-operated day-use picnic park located in the South Shore region. This small roadside park has picnic tables and access to the LaHave River for canoeing, kayaking and sport fishing. Explore the area’s wildlife, including bird watching.
Length: (all one way) Green Trail: 2.0 km Blue Trail: 0.5 km Yellow Trail: 30 min Rules: no motorized use or bicycles Trailhead civic address: 365 Fish Peddler Road Notes: Monitored and maintained by Indian Path Commons Committee. Indian Path Commons has three recreational hiking trails with access and parking on Fish Peddler’s Road which branches off Indian Path Road from Route 332. Check out the Facebook Page for the Trail, Indian Path Common
Mushamush Beach Park is a hidden treasure in Lunenburg Region. Located on Big Mushamush Lake, it is a pleasant drive from anywhere in the region. Between May and October, the park is open from 9:00 a.m. until dusk for swimming, picnicking or a leisurely walk. The beach is equipped with accessible picnic tables, on site privies and has a special ramp available for wheelchair water access. There is also a small play area on-site. Mush is known to have some incredible sunsets as the day turns to…
Location: New Germany & Area
Spanning both side of the South Shore Annapolis Valley Trail, River Ridge Common offers scenic opportunities to view Indian Brook Falls and a ravine down to Ross Brook. Phase One of this 115 acre nature park includes trails that meet accessibility guidelines and a large natural playground with features that encourage exploration, adventure and skills development. Phase Two, coming in November 2019, will include washrooms, single track mountain bike trails, additional accessible trails, an Off…