Point Pleasant Park Trail is a 2.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.
Walk in the park. If you go to Halifax, its a must do.
Good park for dog owners, if you are not a dog owner, it will probably feel a little too busy. you can find a lot better trails 20min outside of the city.
Often busy, however lots of trails
Watched the sunrise over the harbour. A great trail!
Good dog walking park. Many friendly dogs and large grassy areas for them to chase each other and play. My dog loses his mine every time I tell him we are going to the park!
One of the all-time favourites in Halifax! If you visit Halifax you must walk through Point Pleasant Park, and if you live in Halifax and have never walked it then shame on you!! Easy well kept trails and beautiful views of Halifax Harbour and North West Arm. Lots of parking at two different entrances to the park(one near the water the other starts into the wooded part). Great family walk anytime of the year!!
A historic staple for outdoor activity in Halifax.
Nice calm park, good for walk and sightseeing. Bicycles are allowed during weekdays, except for holidays.
This is a fun day trip with family. Lots to see and do.