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Aylesford, Nova Scotia

Agricultural lands and beef, dairy and poultry farms surround this quiet village on the Aylesford plain.

It is, however, the exotic and unusual animals at the Oaklawn Farm Zoo that create the most interest. Each evening at the zoo, Rutledge, the world’s largest living lion and his pride, along with all the other big and little cats are hand fed daily by the zookeepers.

Call 902-847-9790 for feeding times. Follow the signs and visit all of these unique animals, experience a petting zoo, pony rides, and enjoy the relaxing picnic area.

  • Morden’s French Cross, commemorating the hardships of the Acadian Expulsion, stands in Morden on the Bay of Fundy shore.
  • Just to the west of the village is St. Mary’s Church, the second Protestant church to be consecrated in British North America
  • East of Aylesford are Cranberry Acres and Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh
  • Aylesford Beach at Lake Aylesford to the south provides swimming and picnicking each summer
  • Lake George Provincial Park is another great recreational area
  • Berwick Heights Golf and Country Club to the north of the village is an 18 hole course

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