THINGS TO DO, PLACES TO GO, SITES TO SEE...
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Day Trip; Wolfville and Margaretsville
Margaretsville to little highway to 221
Dempsey Corner Orchard (barn turned into coffee shop)-Farm | Dempsey Corner Orchards | Aylesford
Drive through Canning, cute village on the way to Kingsport, there is an art gallery with bistro
Kingsport Beach-Kingsport, Nova Scotia – Charming little village by the sea
Drive back through Canning to get to Port Williams (dyke system)-Fundy Dykelands and Wildlife | novascotia.ca
In Wolfville and Kentville there lots of shops, a museum, tourist information, theatre, coffee shops etc
Grand Pre- Just us” Coffee Shop little coffee museum
Luckett Vineyards Luckett Vineyards - Wines of Gaspereau Valley, Nova Scotia
The drive to Wolfville is a 50 minute drive, approximately 73km from Edelweiss Inn Nova Scotia
Day Trip; Destination Annapolis Royal
Drive up Mount Hanley road, 10 minutes or so at the stop sign turn right onto Clarence Road. Follow for scenic drive through - Lawrencetown, Paradise, Bridgetown,
Annapolis Royal – look for comfort station (bathrooms and tourist information)
In Annapolis Royal - Fort Anne Fort Anne National Historic Site (canada.ca)
Port Royal- National Historic Site (Port Royal is a toponym for a rural intersection on the north bank of the Annapolis Basin about 8 km from the town of Annapolis Royal in Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada. It has no legal status in local government).
Hampton – light house in little village Hampton Lighthouse, Nova Scotia Canada at Lighthousefriends.com
Port Lorne- light house in little village (Port Lorne is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Annapolis County on the shore of the Bay of Fundy. Originally known as Marshall's Cove, it was officially named as Port Williams in 1874, and then renamed Port Lorne in 1879 after the newly appointed Governor General, the Marquis of Lorne).
Closer to the Bay of Fundy
Cottage Cove Provincial Park- parking/picnic area
Port George-Port George is a seaside community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Annapolis County. It is a former port situated on the Bay of Fundy, 11 km north of Middleton, Nova Scotia just across North Mountain. It sits on the 45th parallel north.
Margaretsville- (little village- wharf, art shack) Margaretsville, Canada Events, Calendar & Tickets | Eventbrite
Greenwood Military Aviation Museum-Home (gmam.ca) Open Thursdays to Saturdays 10am-4pm
Middleton-The Middleton Farmers market is a charming market that combines homemade baked goods, local goods, artisan crafts with a locally nutritious homemade ‘pay what you can’ meal served from 4:30pm-6pm at every market. Wednesday 2pm–6pm April–May & October–December
Middleton Railway Museum- Home - Middleton Railway Museum Open Fridays & Saturdays 1-4:30pm
Delaps Cove-The Delaps Cove Wilderness Trail system consists of two nature trails - Bohaker Trail, a 2.2 km loop (one hour walk), and Charlies Trail, a 1.9 km loop. Both trails are linked by the Shore Road Trail (2.7 km one way). The return walk will take approximately 3-4 hours. This trail system is located on the shores of the Bay of Fundy in Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, just 24 kms from historic Annapolis Royal. Municipality of the County of Annapolis - Delaps Cove Wilderness Trail (annapoliscounty.ca)
Digby-Digby is an incorporated town in southwestern Nova Scotia, Canada. It is in the historical county of Digby and a separate municipality from the Municipality of the District of Digby.
Point Prim Lighthouse Prim Point Lighthouse, Nova Scotia Canada at Lighthousefriends.com
Bay Ferries/Digby Ferry-Bay of Fundy Ferry | Ferry Between NB to NS | Bay Ferries Ltd / Northumberland Ferries Ltd
See our Attractions Nearby Page for further details
The drive to Digby is a 55 minute drive, approximately 80km from Edelweiss Inn Nova Scotia
How is it balanced there? 20 tonnes or more of volcanic rock balanced precariously on a ledge above the waves of St. Mary’s Bay.
The 1.7 km Balancing Rock Trail leads visitors from the parking lot, just off Highway 217 outside Tiverton, through woods and bog to the southern shore of Long Island.
At the end of the trail, a series of 253 wooden steps provide access to a cliffside viewing platform overlooking the 20-foot high finger of basalt. Interpretive panels, rest areas, picnic tables.
Called "Nature's Time Post", the Balancing Rock is a narrow vertical column of basalt, balanced on its tip; the most-photographed of Long Island's striking basalt formations.
The drive to the Balancing Rock is just under a lovely two hour drive, approximately 132km from Edelweiss Inn Nova Scotia