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Dockside Kayak rentals
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Kayak Rentals on Digby's waterfront boardwalk. Several sizes and styles to choose from. Singles, doubles ... sit-In or Sit-On. From $39 plus taxes. All safety gear and paddles included.... Read more
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26 Water t
Digby
NS - B0V1A0
Phone: 902-245-4950
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Bluenose II
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In 1963, a replica of Bluenose was built in Lunenburg using the original Bluenose plans and named Bluenose II.  Built for the Olands Brewery as a promotional yacht, the replica was later acquired by the province of Nova Scotia as a sailing ambassador and continues to sail every summer based out of Lunenburg.  During the summer, she visits ports all around Nova Scotia and frequently... Read more
Address:

121 Bluenose Dr
Lunenburg
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Phone: 902-634-8483
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Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
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If you ask a Nova Scotian for advice on a place to get away from it all – a place with lush forests, meandering rivers and crystal clear lakes – you’ll likely hear the name “Keji” again and again. What they mean is Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site. It truly is a place where you can escape the hustle and bustle of the world and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Nova... Read more
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3005 Main Parkway
Maitland Bridge
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Phone: 902-682-2772
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Joggins Fossil Cliffs UNESCO World Heritage Site
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Joggins Fossil Cliffs on the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia is Canada’s 15th UNESCO World Heritage Site.

At Joggins you will be able to observe and have accessibility to 15 kilometres of magnificently exposed layers of rock revealing the world’s most complete fossil record of life in the “Coal Age” when lush forests covered Joggins and much of the world's tropics, 300 ... Read more
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100 Main St
Joggins
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Phone: 902-25 2727
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Ross Farm Museum
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Come to Ross Farm Museum, located in New Ross in the South Shore region to explore 60 acres of rolling farmland and discover what life was like on a Nova Scotia family farm over 100 years ago.  

An authentic, living heritage site, much of the farm remains the same as it was in the 1800s. From historic Rose Bank Cottage where the Ross family lived, to daily activities such as wo... Read more
Address:

4568 Hwy 12
New Ross
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Phone: 902-689-870
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Fort Point Museum, LaHave
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National Historic Site. Located on a splendid point at the mouth of the LaHave River, in 1632 the museum’s site housed the intended first capital of New France, later becoming home to one of Nova Scotia’s iconic lighthouses. Today, the museum celebrates the LaHave community from the first inhabitants to the present day, with treasures, activities and stories that bring our past to life. Our colle... Read more
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100 Fort Point Rd
LaHave
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Phone: 902-688-1632
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Cape Breton Highlands National Park
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The world-famous Cabot Trail weaves through 950 km2 (366 sq. mi.) of magnificent highlands and coastal wilderness in northern Cape Breton. The park offers 26 hiking trails (from easy strolls to strenuous climbs), camping, geocaching, golf, cycling, wildlife, beaches, look-offs, and weekly activities.

Visitor Centre locations
West entrance (Chéticamp): 16648 Cabot Trail, GPS coordinates N... Read more
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16648 Cabot Trail (West entrance)
Cape Breton Highlands NP
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Phone: 902-224-2306
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Burntcoat Head Park
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Come and walk, play and explore on the ocean floor! Burntcoat Head Park is home of the world`s highest recorded tides. 160 billion tones of water flow daily into the basin every 13 hours which is more than the combined flow of the world’s freshwater rivers! 

Discover small species of ocean life in pools of ocean water left behind when the tides are out and walk... Read more
Address:

611 Burntcoat Rd
Noel
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Phone: 902-883-2299 ext 239
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Kejimkujik National Park Seaside
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Kejimkujik National Park Seaside is a wild and isolated 22 km² stretch of coastline west of Liverpool in the South Shore region with two scenic trails – Harbour Rock Trail (5.2 km return) and Port Joli Head Trail (8.7 km return). Hiking trails bring hikers to glacier-carved headlands, secluded rocky coves and broad sweeps of silver sand. Seals and shorebirds are frequently observed just off shore.... Read more
Address:

St Catherine’s River Rd
Port Joli
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Phone: 902-682-2772
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Victoria Park
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Now more than 125 years old, Victoria Park is a 1000-acre treasure in the heart of Truro. The beautiful and dynamic urban park boasts incredible natural features, including a dramatic steep-sided gorge, a winding river, cascading waterfalls, and a stately old-growth Eastern Hemlock forest. The park offers visitors endless recreational, cultural and leisure opportunities. These include hiking, phot... Read more
Address:

29 Park Rd
Truro
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Phone: 902-893-6078
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