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Uniacke Estate Museum Park
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Turn along the treed roadway at Uniacke Estate Museum Park and feel like you’re traveling a direct route to the 1800s! Arrive at an elegant home overlooking Lake Martha, once known as a prominent place on one of only two “great roads” in Nova Scotia. Here, Richard John Uniacke, a prosperous Irish politician, built his country mansion in 1816. One of the grandest houses in Nova Scotia, it became... Read more
Address:

758 Hwy 1
Mount Uniacke
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Phone: 902-866-0032
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Trenton Park
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Trenton Park is one of Nova Scotia’s finest parks! Whether you want to get out of the car to stretch, take a break for lunch or perk up your day with recreational activities: Trenton Park can provide the experience you’re looking for!

The Park offers 6km or walking/hiking trails winding their way through 565 acres of century-old coniferous trees. A 6.5km (4.4mi) mountain bike trail is also... Read more
Address:

119 Park Rd
Trenton
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Phone: 902-752-1019
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Hennigar's Farm Park and Trail
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The Annapolis Valley region of Nova Scotia is famous for its beauty, wonderful growing climate, fertile soil, high tides, and orchards full of plump and luscious fruit. Nestled outside of Wolfville in the hamlet of Greenwich, Hennigar’s Farm Market has been a popular farm market destination for over sixty years.

Hennigar's Farm Market
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Address:

10272 Hwy 1
Greenwich
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Phone: 902-542-3503
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Two Rivers Wildlife Park
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This 500-acre park displays many native Nova Scotian wildlife in a natural setting, including black bears, white-tailed deer, wolves and cougars. Spectacular view of the Mira and Salmon Rivers. Camping (May 15–Oct 31); swimming, hiking and cross-country ski trails, wagon/sleigh rides, stocked ponds, U-fish, playground, petting zoo.... Read more
Address:

4581 Grand Mira North Rd
Huntington
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Phone: 902-727-2483
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Kearney Lake Trail
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Kearney Lake Trail is a rough 1-km (2-km return) linear trail along the south shore of Kearney Lake in the Halifax Metro region. Parking is available at the Maskwa Aquatic Club.  This is a rough-and-tumble trail to challenge even the best hiker, cross-country skier or snowshoer. For the avid hiker, this trail should take approximately 1 hour to complete.... Read more
Address:

91 Saskatoon Dr
Halifax
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Fox Point Lookoff & Walking Trail
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Rte 209 near Port Greville; about 10 km (6 mi) from Parrsboro. A scenic shore walking trail with lookoffs, interpretive site, and picnic area. Easy access to beach.... Read more
Address:

off Rte 209
Fox River
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Partridge Island Lookoff and Hiking Trail
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3 km (2 mi) from Main St in Parrsboro. Picnic area, 1.5-km hiking trail and lookoff, interpretive site; lookoff tower with view of Blomidon, Cape Split and Spencer’s Island.... Read more
Address:

off Whitehall Rd
Parrsboro
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Ovens Natural Park Sea Cave Trail
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180-acre park on site of 1861 gold rush & famous sea caves. Several trails, including a dramatic 1.5-km (1-mi) round-trip cliff-top trail leading to a series of sea caves. Rugged coastline. Self-guided walks, kayaking & gold panning. Live music nightly (Jul & Aug). Picnic areas, restaurant (summer), kayaking, small museum, gift shop. Admission charged.... Read more
Address:

326 Ovens Rd
Feltzen South
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Phone: 902-766-4621
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Bedford-Sackville Connector Greenway
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The Bedford-Sackville Connector Greenway is a 2-km trail along the Sackville River in the Halifax Metro region – a continuation of the Fort Sackville Walkway from Range Park in Bedford to Old Sackville Rd (crossing the river twice) to the Fultz House Museum in Sackville.  See salmon-habitat restoration rock-sills from the bridges. Trail activities include exploring flora and wildlife, as w... Read more
Address:

33 Sackville Dr
Lower Sackville
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Phone: 902-865-9238
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Ceilidh Coastal Trail (part of Celtic Shores Coastal Trail)
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Length: 22 km (13.75 mi) – Canso Canal to Chisholm’s Brook, Long Point (linear)
Cell Service: Yes
Dogs Permitted: On Leash 
Trail Surface: natural, beach cobble, hard surface, gravel

The Ceilidh Coastal Trail section of the Celtic Shores Coastal Trail begins at the entrance to Cape Breton Island, at th... Read more
Address:

Port Hastings to Long Point
Troy
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