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Thing to See and Do 

Come see what fun is on our shore!
Listed 500 meters to 50 KMS 

Cliffs of Fundy Geopark 

Fox Point Inn is at the heart of the drive

With more than 40 impressive geosites within a 165 km drive 

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Fox Point Lookoff

500 meters

A scenic shore walking trail with lookoffs, interpretive site, and picnic area. Easy access to beach.

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Age of Sail Heritage Museum

5KMS

Overlooking the tidal Greville River, the center pays tribute to the heritage of the communities along the Minas Channel. 

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Ward Falls

8 KMS

The hand of the Cobequid Fault.  The trail has been maintained through the stewardship of Harrison & Sons lumber mill and community volunteers

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Parrsboro 

17 KMS

Before the arrival of European settlers, Parrsboro was a portage point for Mikmaq travellers along the Minas Basin and Cumberland County river systems.

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Ship's Company Theatre

17 KMS

Ship's Company Theatre is a professional theatre company located in the coastal community of Parrsboro, Nova Scotia  

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Spirit Reins Ranch

18 KMS

Offer personalized service for both the first time rider and more experienced riders.  

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Fundy Geological Museum

18 KMS

The hand of the Cobequid Fault.  The trail has been maintained through the stewardship of Harrison & Sons lumber mill and community volunteers

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Ottawa House 

20 KMS

Whatever the weather, you will find the scene magnificent and breath-taking. The Museum is on the site of the former village of Partridge Island which dates back to the 1770s. 

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Parrsboro GolfCourse

21 KMS

This short nine-hole course on the cliffs above the Bay of Fundy's Minas Basin is ideal for those seeking a quick round of golf that includes some rather challenging holes. 

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Partridge Island

21 KMS

Picnic area, 1.5-km hiking trail and lookoff, interpretive site; lookoff tower with view of Blomidon, Cape Split and Spencer’s Island. 

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FORCE

27 KMS

FORCE is Canada’s lead research facility for tidal stream technology, created to better understand if this technology can play a safe, effective role in Canada’s energy future. 

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NovaShores Sea Kayaking

29.8 KMS

Explore the majestic Fundy cliffs and experience the world’s biggest tides from a kayak in the wilderness of Cape Chignecto Park. 

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Cape d'Or Coastal Park

32 KMS


Enjoy panoramic views of where the Bay of Fundy runs into the Minas Channel extend your view through one of the on-site telescopes.  

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Cape Chignecto Provincial Park

33 KMS

At Cape Chignecto, towering 180 m (600 ft.) sea cliffs rise from the Bay of Fundy, while the world's highest tides lap at their base. Best described as a wilderness park, it has 29 km (18 mi.) of pristine coastline, deep valleys, sheltered coves, rare plants, and remnant old-growth forests.  

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Five Islands 

51 KMS

 

Coastal Trail, 90m cliffs with lookoff Red Head Trail 2.2 km, Economy Mountain Trail 3.8km 

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Joggins Fossil Cliffs 

UNESCO World Heritage Site

54 to 69 KMS - depending on route

Preserved in nature, uncovered by force. Explore one of nature’s most inspiring creations, where the highest tides in the world reveal the most complete fossil record of the “Coal Age,” 100 million years before the dinosaurs.  

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Springhill Coal Miners Historic Site

57 KMS

Springhill Coal Mining National Historic Site of Canada is a former coal mine located in an industrial park in Springhill, Nova Scotia. The site consists of in situ surface and underground mining features that are unique to Nova Scotia, including the entrances to the infamous Nos. 2 and 4 mines  

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Proud Members and Associates

Proud Members 

We are proud to be members / associates of these fine groups