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Mount Uniacke, Nova Scotia

The highway between Halifax and Windsor was the Old Post Road, a popular trail since pioneer days leading to the famed Annapolis Valley and the Bay of Fundy. Completed in 1815, Uniacke House Museum is one of Canada's finest examples of colonial architecture. Visitors get a vivid glimpse of 19th century life among Nova Scotia's gentry. Open for public viewing from June through October.  The surrounding grounds provide seven walking trails for the outdoor enthusiast year round. These trails wind along the shores of unspoiled lakes and through a large pristine forest of huge white pine and towering red spruce trees.

  • The barrier-free boardwalk provides easy access.
  • Ardent anglers will find speckled trout in most lakes. Pentz Lake is stocked with salmon and is accessible from a public landing. Most lakes provide excellent protected waters for swimming, canoeing, dinghy sailing and kayaking.
  • The Uniacke Gold District, located two miles off the Uniacke Mines road, was a prosperous mining community and now the remnants of these mines provide adventurous day trips for recreational prospectors.

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