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Victoria Park

Victoria Park is one of Truro's greatest assets - a natural woodland park of roughly 3,000 acres in the centre of our Town with an extensive trail system for all ages.

Hurricane Fiona Damage Update (March 2023)

The majority of trails in Victoria Park are open for recreational use. We continue to ask the public to follow all trail signage, as we will close individual trails to remove fallen trees and repair infrastructure during the upcoming months/years.

Please be advised that some trails and stairs do not exist at this time and the ‘Fairview Drive entrance’ of “Lewis Road” to “Five Corners” remains closed due to extensive damage.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation!

For more information on Victoria Park, including activities, features, rules and regulations, parking, hours of operation and more, visit Victoria Park.

Park Maps


If you have special physical needs and require the use of a hippocampe to access the park, please contact the Truro Parks, Recreation and Culture Department office at 902-893-6078 to check availability.

Victoria Park Master Plan

In 2014, the Town of Truro completed the first Master Plan for Victoria Park. The Master Plan focuses on a strategic, proactive and long-term approach to park management to help address challenges and opportunities.

Download a full copy of the pdf Victoria Park Master Plan (48.45 MB) .

Contact Information for Bookings

The bandshell, picnic pavilion, and holy well gazebo can be reserved for special events, such as weddings, concerts and family gatherings. Weddings are $50.00 and all other bookings are offered at a $25.00 flat fee.

Truro Parks, Recreation and Culture Department
40 Douglas Street
Truro, Nova Scotia
Canada B2N 2E7

Tel: (902) 893-6078
Fax: (902) 893-6099

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