overlooking skatepark and Lake Pisiquid
Regions > Fundy Shore and Annapolis Valley
View from the roof of Truro Nissan's showroom at Hwy 102, Exit 14A
You are looking at the site of our new lodge, which was completed in July 2015. This view is from the far corner of the back lawn.
Home of Atlantic Canada's largest motorcycle rally with well over 20,000 bikes expected.
from the View Park towards the expanse of dykelands of the World Heritage Site. To the east and west are dykes protecting the active agricultural landscape. The Memorial Church at Grand-Pré National Historic Site can be seen in the middle distance; Long Island is to the north of the dykelands and the cliffs of Blomidon are in the far distance.
Du parc d’observation, voici ce que vous voyez en faisant face au nord et en regardant vers la vaste étendue de terres endiguées du site du patrimoine mondial. Vers l’est et vers l’ouest, les digues qui protègent les terres agricoles exploitées. Au second plan, l’église-souvenir du lieu historique national de Grand-Pré. Long Island se trouve au nord des terres endiguées et les falaises de Blomidon sont en arrière-plan.
overlooking Annapolis Basin and Granville Ferry
Brier Island offers visitors the opportunity to explore one of the richest marine habitats and coastal environments in the world.
This lighthouse marks the entrance to Digby Gut. It is the fourth in a succession of lights built on this location that date back to 1804.
This view of The Digby Waterfront is from the "Fundy Complex". The Fundy Restaurant has been serving fresh seafood to locals and tourists alike for over 60 years.
A four season wilderness resort whose creators combine a love for the earth and a vision of a unique nature experience accessible to all people.
Watch the amazing power of the Bay of Fundy tides.
One of the best locations to experience the magnitude of water being moved in the Bay of Fundy. Camera courtesy of Old Orchard Inn & Spa, Wolfville.
Sponsored by MacKay Real Estate, this camera is located on the roof of the Railtown Condominiums on Harbourside Drive.
Share our view of the marsh as the tides rise and fall, the variety of birds come to feed, and the grass grows lush and green then disappears with the winter ice.
15 courses age 8+, 2 kids courses 5-13 years, 2 training courses, 120 platforms, 31 ziplines, climbing walls, 130+ challenges, Tarzan Swing, Giant Spider Web, Bike & Snowboard on wires.
Ski Martock is 600 feet high with seven trails including a terrain park and half pipe, 1 quad chairlift, two T-bar lifts and two rope tows.
The last original lighthouse in Hants County. It was built in 1873 by Timothy Parker. The lighthouse is open from May 15th - October 15th from 8am to 8 pm.
Burntcoat Head Park is home of the World's Highest Record Tides. The water level at high tide can be as much as 16 metres (52 feet) higher than at low tide.
We are located along the Shubenacadie (shub-en-ack-a-dee) river and offer one of the most prestigious areas to witness the world famous Tidal Bore in all of Nova Scotia.
FORCE is Canada’s leading test center for in-stream tidal energy technology near Parrsboro.