Situated in the village of Belliveau Cove, the park is officially known as Parc Joseph-et-Marie-Dugas. The park features a 5-km (3-mi) coastal walking trail, and a lighthouse.
- Picnic Tables
- Free parking, including overflow parking across the street (during Beaux Vendredis)
- Public washrooms, open May to October.
- Free internet wifi available, in Farmers Market area.
- 5 km of walking trails
- Marina for pleasure craft
Activities and Events:
- Beaux Vendredis seafood suppers – Friday evenings, late June - late August. Visitors can feast on lobster, crab or clams while taking in the fresh sea air.
- Dig for Clams experience
- Farmers Market – Saturdays 10 am – 2 pm
- Art Sundays - Sundays, July to September, 10 am - 3 pm
To book the park for weddings and family reunions, please contact Willi Guy at 902-307-7221.
- Trip Advisor
- Address: 3239 Highway 1, Belliveau Cove, NS
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Beaux vendredis Seafood Suppers
Savour a seafood supper! Beaux Vendredis seafood suppers are held at the Belliveau Cove waterfront each Friday evening during the summer, alongside live local music.
Belliveau Cove Farmer’s Market
The Saturday Farmers Market is your opportunity to support and meet local food producers, artists and artisans.
The Acadians (and the Mi’kmaq before them) have been expertly digging delicious clams along the tide-washed shores of Saint Mary’s Bay for centuries.
Belliveau Cove Boardwalk Trail
Take a hike on approximately 5 km of looping, easy to walk gravel trails that extend from Belliveau Cove Wharf to Major’s Point. Stroll past shingle beaches, salt marshes teeming with wildlife, as well as Clare’s first Acadian cemetery.
Visit a local art exhibition and sale at the outdoor market in Belliveau Cove!