Enjoy Jerry Lawrence Provincial Park


Jerry Lawrence Provincial Park is a nature-lover’s retreat conveniently nestled in a quiet setting just minutes from the urban core of Greater Halifax. Two lakes that border this serene park, Lewis and Round Lake, offer visitors beautiful scenic water views from wheelchair-accessible walkways and look-offs and provide ideal fishing opportunities.


Round Lake is stocked several times throughout the season with brook and rainbow trout, providing anglers with a little piece of paradise. Two wheelchair-accessible fishing piers hover on the tranquil lake, inviting visitors to leisurelyenjoy hours of fishing in the autumn, spring and summer months.

Bring a pair of binoculars with you and enjoy a comfortable stroll along one of the park’s four accessible nature trails while looking for feathered inhabitants, plants and wild flowers. Please do not damage or remove them.


Parking areas and drive-in picnic sites are conveniently located close to all facilities including a barrier-free vault toilet.


For those of you who are bird lovers, check out this awesome Blog by Hans Toom to get an idea of the variety of beautiful birds that visit this park each year. http://www.hanstoom.com/blog


Jerry Lawrence Provincial Park is located approximately 25 kilometres (15.5 miles) west of Halifax. From Highway 103 take Exit 5 and follow Route 333 for 2 kilometres to Upper Tantallon and then take Route 3 east for 2 kilometres to  the park entrance. Or take Exit 4 off Highway 103  and follow Route 3, 6 kilometres  west to the park  entrance.


Parks and Recreation Division
Department of Natural Resources
R.R. #1, Belmont
Nova Scotia  B0M 1C0
(902) 662-3030
www.novascotiaparks.ca