Accommodations Nova Scotia

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Maitland, Nova Scotia

In 1995, the historic town of Maitland and surrounding areas was declared Nova Scotia's first Heritage Conservation District, in an effort to protect and promote the unique history & culture of the area.

Today, visitors and residents alike enjoy a naturally beautiful part of the world, offering many attractions for family fun amid stunning scenery, as well as a burgeoning cultural community.

Local industry includes farming, fishing, arts & crafts, and of course tourism. Entrepreneurship is alive and thriving here and you'll be welcomed to art studios and galleries, small shops and restaurants. Thrill-seekers will enjoy river rafting on the surging sea tides as they roll up the mouth of the Shubenacadie river. Nature lovers will find many walking trails and shoreline paths, famous for bird watching opportunities. Accommodations range from elegant B&B's to wilderness campgrounds.

Eco-tourists will appreciate our interpretive boards at sites like our Ducks Unlimited ponds and the Fundy Tidal Interpretive Centre. And always in the background, the shoreline, the cliffs, and the ever present action of the world's most powerful tides.

We invite you to visit us on-line and tour our web site to learn more about our Heritage Conservation District - we are proud of all that we have to offer here, from festivals to farms, from history to fine accommodations.

Climb the ladders inside Walton Lighthouse for a spectacular view of The Bay and explore the cliff side walking trails in the park.

Pause for a picnic and enjoy fresh sea air and breathtaking views at Dawson Dowell Park in Maitland or Anthony Park in Selma.

Roar down the Shubenacadie River at the turn of the tide and watch majestic birds like bald eagles soaring overhead. Kids will enjoy roughing it at one of our area campgrounds, while more mature visitors will delight in our artist studios and antique shops.

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