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We found great results, but some are outside Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia. Showing results in neighboring cities.
Limit search to Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia.
Victoria Park Truro, Canada
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Truro
Huge park includes Sporting sites tennis club, pool, basketball, playgrounds, event areas, picnic areas, Extensive mature forest trails and even waterfalls complete with natural swimming hole.
Nestled in the centre of the Town of Truro, this truly is one of the most amazing parks in Nova Scotia, multiple waterfalls, many hiking trails, home to the famous Jacobs latter that transports you to the base of...
Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens Annapolis Royal, Canada
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Annapolis Royal
There are informal gardens, gardens created by nature, and a knot garden and a Victorian Garden.
Gorgeous design, park-like setting, and a unique dike walk with signs explaining how the land was reclaimed.
Oaklawn Farm Zoo Aylesford, Canada
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Aylesford
You feel apart of the operation of the farm/zoo and is a wonderful experience for tactile folks as you are able to interact with the tamer members of the park.
Cleanest Park Ever!!
Cape Split Hiking Trail Kentville, Canada
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Kentville
Drove thru' the valley up to the Look Off in blue sky n sun, over to Scots Bay and Cape Split in the fog, arrived at Cape Split park 11 am.
... took a break although the instructor was having his lunch but answering a litany of questions presented to him by the group as folks seemed to be very enthralled by his awareness of nature and maritime history.
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St. Martins Sea Caves St. Martins, Canada 42.3 mi away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in St. Martins
Pass a lovely village with many old houses and nice lodge B&B, you reach the covered brigde over mouth of small river, next is the road along the seaside and end at car park.
Visitors just park in a friendly restaurants parking lot ( hear they are good) and hike across the bay bottom to the caves (low tide!).
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Cape Chignecto Provincial Park Advocate Harbour, Canada
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Advocate Harbour
... for fine dining; the Age of Sail Museum in Port Greville; the Joggins Fossil Museum and beach; Parrsboro (all of it); Mo's Family Restaurant and Accommodations in Five Islands; and Five Islands Provincial Park.
If you're interested in getting away from the bustle and hubbub of the city, the beautiful rare gem of the Cape Chignecto Provincial Park is waiting for you.
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Kejimkujik National Park & National Historic Site Kejimkujik National Park, Canada 25.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Kejimkujik National Park
Stunning hikes, a great nature experience with varied levels of hikes to see different landscapes.
Superb park centre with advice on wlaks, campgrounds etc. Lovely lakes an forest walks.
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Blomidon Provincial Park Canning, Canada
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Canning
We stayed here for two nights Great views of the bay of fundy Sites were large and well maintained Several good trails but access to the park was a very steep and twisty climb.Staff were very friendly and helpful
There are amazing views at the park and the trails are awesome.
The K.C. Irving Environmental Science Centre and Harriet Irving Botanical Gardens Wolfville, Canada
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Wolfville
The green houses and nature walks are must see as well
Tangled Garden Grand Pre, Canada
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Grand Pre
Venture to see their incredible and beautiful tangles, secret garden our back, sit and immerse yourself in nature and a butterfly and pollinators haven.
Hubby was not so impressed but as a gardener and lover of nature and native plants, I was delighted to walk thru this tangled garden.
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Five Islands Provincial Park Five Islands, Canada
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Five Islands
Great campground, clean facilities, beautiful views, great for beach combing, well maintained park, highly recommend!
The park is well serviced and the staff do everything they can to make your stay as comfortable and informative as possible.
Sandy Cove Beach Digby, Canada 33.3 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Digby
It's a perfect place for nature lovers, sand diggers, and photographers.
The beachcombing was good—yes, a good spot for sea glass—but I mostly enjoyed the simple, uncrowded nature of this beach.
Spencer's Island Advocate Harbour, Canada
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Advocate Harbour
Quaint little beach with camping park and restaurant.
Baxter Harbour Falls Kentville, Canada
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Kentville
This is a great place to observe the might of nature as the tide comes and goes along the bay of Fundy.
Parking was rough as there is only a small area to park so we would up parking on a steep uphill a bit up the road and walked down.
Summerville Beach Provincial Park Summerville, Canada
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Summerville
Amherst Point Bird Sanctuary Amherst, Canada
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Amherst
Beautiful restful place for birders A bit tricky for a wheelchair user :( Great place to appreciate Canadian Nature :)
I've visited here many times alone, it's a great place to relax and just be with nature.
Partridge Island Parrsboro, Canada
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Parrsboro
Smuggler's Cove Provincial Park Meteghan, Canada 24.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Meteghan
The park is open till dusk but depending when you visit that can be as late as 930pm which is great because you really have to see it both during high tide and low tide which changes daily.
There are 100 steps from the park down to the beach where, at low tide, you can visit a sea cave where prohibited rum was brought during prohibition.
Lake Midway Provincial Park Digby, Canada 29.8 mi away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Digby
Nova Scotia has got it right with FREE day use of Provincial Parks.
Park was clean and well kept.
Valleyview Provincial Park Bridgetown, Canada
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Bridgetown
The whole park is so quiet and well spaced from neighbours!
The park is well kept at all times.
Harvest Moon Trailway Wolfville, Canada
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Wolfville
For me, it is a nature lover's dream come true!
Conrad's Beach Lawrencetown, Canada
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Lawrencetown
Carpark is only tiny so people park down the side of the road, which makes for quite a trek sometimes!
Beach Meadows Beach Park Brooklyn, Canada
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Brooklyn
This small Park offers a long sandy beach with views of Coffin Island.
Not a lot of people and amenities, but port a potties, change houses, picnic park.
Blue Beach Hantsport, Canada
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Hantsport
Ski Martock Windsor, Canada
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Windsor
Nelson Memorial Park Tatamagouche, Canada
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Tatamagouche
This park is meticulously well-kept and offers short trails through the woods and along the water, offering a panoramic vista of Tatamagouche Bay.
It has a dog park for your furry friends, a beautful garden suitable for family portraits or wedding pictures, short walking trails within the park and access to the much longer Trans Canada Trail.
Concrete Creation (Cosby's Garden Centre) Brooklyn, Canada
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Brooklyn
Indian Falls Lunenburg, Canada 46.0 mi away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Lunenburg
The park has good parking and easy to walk and observe fish ladders, cormorants feeding below the falls!A nice park provided by the Monicipalty of the district of Lunenburg, many thanks for a nice clean facility.
Mickey Hill Provincial Park Annapolis Royal, Canada
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Annapolis Royal
Still a great place to stop and commune with nature.
Three Sisters Advocate Harbour, Canada
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Advocate Harbour
Once there when you get into the provincial park then signage begins and it is easy to find.