Point Pleasant Park

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Halifax, Canada
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From the website: "Point Pleasant Park is one of Halifax Regional Municipality's great civic spaces.  It is the largest forested park on the Halifax peninsula and offers fine views of the Atlantic Ocean"
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Point Pleasant Park is located at 5718 Point Pleasant Drive on the southern tip of Halifax Peninsula.  The park is about 2.5 kilometers (1.5 miles) from downtown Halifax.
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Apr 20, 2010
One of the most popular places in Halifax for running/walking. Located near downtown Halifax, on the open ocean, this is the largest forested park in the city. After Hurricane Juan hit Halifax in 2003, most of the trees in the park were destroyed and the park went through a lot of changes. There are also a lot of historic buildings within the park and a few memorials as well. A great place to spend a day and relax!
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Mar 2, 2009
100 acre natural wood forest on the ocean. Trails and riding paths inside. Old ruins from the 1700's preserved and on view. Cool in summer full of snow in winter.
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