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.
Located at 564 Molega Lake Road, (Chelsea Rd) the Molega Lake Park is a sweet spot to visit and enjoy an outdoor picnic. This lovely lakeside park offers picnic tables, benches and unsupervised swimming during the summer months. Outdoor privies are usually available.
Wiles Lake Park is located at 3270 Hwy 325 in Wileville, and is a sweet waterfront site that was once a provincial depot. Here you will find picnic tables, lake access for swimming (unsupervised) and an area to launch a canoe or kayak. There are also usually porta-potties on-site during the summer season. This is a day use park, no overnight camping allowed. No supervision at swim site.
United Communities Marine Park is located at 8809 Hwy 331 in Voglers Cove. This stunning seaside park offers visitors a place to stop, rest, and enjoy the views along the waterfront. There is also a dock for you to launch canoes and kayaks with a small stabilizing platform to assist with access for those with mobility impairments. Picnic tables and wooden deck chairs are placed in the park during the summer season. There is also usually a wheelchair accessible porta-potty available…