Accommodations Nova Scotia

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Caledonia, Nova Scotia

Farmland attracted six Scots and two Irishmen in 1820. Unfortunately gold mines no longer exist but farming and lumbering continue. The community remains a tranquil place with strong spirit, hosting a vast array of events and suppers.

•Discover the lifespan of speckled trout at McGowan Lake Fish Hatchery

•Check your genealogy at North Queens Heritage Museum

•Enjoy Queens County Fair, a five-day agricultural exhibition - one of the oldest in Canada - 125 years and growing! (September)

•All year visit Kejimkujik National Park & National Historic Site; a naturalist’s delight, with a wilderness campground, canoeing, hiking trails, and freshwater lakes for swimming. Perfect for all seasons with a multitude of bird life and wildflowers in the spring, extraordinary fall foliage colours and the crispness of cross country skiing.

•Caledonia Historic Tour – self-guided brochures available from Caledonia Visitor Centre, together with crafts and world famous Blueberry Juice.

•Cameron’s Brook Provincial Picnic Park

•Woodsman Competitions at a lakeside campground

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