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Must Visit Provincial Parks Along the South Shore in Nova Scotia
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Acadian Culture in Nova Scotia
August 15th is National Acadian Day – a day when Acadians celebrate their culture & heritage. Connect with Acadian Culture in Nova Scotia through our events, festivals, attractions and experiences
8 Must-do Activities in Yarmouth & Area
It’s hard to choose just 8 things from a region as rich as Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. But we think these must-do activities will make an unforgettable vacation. From the Historical Acadian Village where 350 years of Acadian history come to life, to the magnificent (and climbable) Cape Forchu Lighthouse, to stargazing in North America’s only UNESCO Starlight tourist certified area, you’ll want to come back and experience these places every year.
Get Away To Yarmouth & Acadian Shores
Discover culture, beaches, history, starry skies, lighthouses, delicious dining and more in Nova Scotia’s beautiful Yarmouth & Acadian Shores region! This guide will take you through the region’s most charming towns, beautiful coastal areas, and mind-expanding tours. There’s even a guide to planning a perfect romantic getaway for two. We hope to see you this summer in the Yarmouth & Acadian Shores region!
4 Days of Sea and Sky On Acadian Shores: A Road Trip Guide
Make the most of your trip to Nova Scotia’s Acadian Shores Region with this handy road trip guide. Visit unmissable historic sites like the Historical Acadian Village on Pubnico Harbour, the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre, and the Wedgeport Tuna Museum. Then soak in gorgeous scenery when you take a Tusket Island Tour or climb the Cape Forchu Lighthouse. You’ll never forget this four-day trip on the Acadian Shores.
Try These 9 Outdoor Adventures on Nova Scotia's South Shore
Nova Scotia’s South Shore is the perfect place to explore the great outdoors. Start with a visit to Kejimkujik National Park, where you can paddle the park’s beautiful waters with an experienced guide. Visit Wild Axe in Barrington for hands-on lumberjack training, learn to surf at White Point Beach Resort, rent a stand-up paddleboard in Liverpool, and book a boat tour of Oak Island via Salty Dog Sea Tours. All these adventures — and many more — await you on Nova Scotia’s South Shore.
Visit Nova Scotia's National Parks in 2023
Did you know that Nova Scotia is home to three national parks? Make 2023 the year you tour all of them. First, there’s Cape Breton Highlands National Park. The Cabot Trail brings you right to the park so you can explore its 26 trails, 8 campgrounds and more. Further south you’ll find Kejimkujik National Park, where you can connect with Mi’kmaq culture, bike, canoe and camp. Then visit Kejimkujik National Park Seaside and discover white sand beaches and coastal views.
Your Guide To Summer Fun in Liverpool
Located beside the beautiful Mersey River on Nova Scotia’s South Shore, Liverpool is a small town with a big list of things to see and do. Walk the trails of Pine Grove park, then visit the three lighthouses in the area. Visit Cosby’s Garden Centre and see their concrete creations, then stop in a café or restaurant for fresh baked goods, lobster rolls and craft beer. Learn Liverpool’s history at the Queens County museum, and then find unique arts and crafts at Coastal Queens Place.