Our interpretive program is led by volunteers. All events are free with activity levels ranging from easy to difficult. 

Trail Accessibility Guide

Join us for a guided hike led by a knowledgable member of the Friends of Taylor Head Society.

We have graded our hiking trails as EASY or MODERATE for hikes under 3 kilometers, and DIFFICULT for hikes over 3 kilometers, such as the Headland Trail. Most outings exceed three hours, so do not forget to bring drinking water, something to eat, and appropriate outdoor clothing.

Easy or Moderate

Hike is under 3 kilometres (1.86 miles)


Hike is over 3 kilometres (1.86 miles)

You need sturdy footwear such as walking shoes, hiking sneakers, or hiking boots. Street shoes or sandal-type footwear with open toes and heels are not suitable for these rough hiking trails. If you have questions about the conditions of the trails, just give us a call.


Saturday, September 26. Time: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00p.m.
Meet at 10:00 a.m. at the Park Info Kiosk at the last parking lot.
Level of difficulty: DIFFICULT

No rain date.

On this outing we will walk the Spry Bay Trail and Headland Trail. It is a good opportunity to see and photograph migrating shore birds including Yellowlegs, Whimbrels, and other foraging travelers. We also expect to see migrating fall warblers as well as a variety of our year-round, resident species.

You will encounter rugged terrain on this 5 hour walk, so wear hiking boots or other sturdy footwear. Bring a lunch, water, and binoculars.

Leader: Peter Oickle 902.499.4114