Belliveau Cove Municipal Park

The park, also known as Parc Joseph et Marie Dugas, is situated in the village of Belliveau Cove. It features a 5-km (3-mi) interpretive trail, a municipal park, a craft centre (open seasonally) and a lighthouse. Dig for clams at low tide as part of the Clam Digging Experience from June to September.

The park also hosts a Farmers’ Market on Saturdays, May to October from 10am to 2pm and don’t miss “Les Beaux Vendredis” Lobster Suppers on Friday evenings, late June to August, from 6 pm to 9 pm, where visitors can feast on lobster, crab or clams while taking in the fresh sea air. See our website for more information and program schedules.

Park Amenities:

  • Picnic tables
  • Free parking, including overflow parking across the street
  • Public washrooms, open May to October
  • Free internet Wi-Fi available, in Farmers Market area
  • 5 km of walking trails
  • Marina for pleasure crafts
Nova Scotia Trunk 1 3239
Belliveaus Cove B0W 3T0 NS CA
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