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Nova Scotia #215 Highway Guide

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Start of Highway 215
Access to communities of Brooklyn, NS - Stanley, NS, - Walton, NS.
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Start of Nova Scotia Highway #215
Photo view from highway driving north along the Nova Scotia, Gloosecap Trail Scenic Trailway.
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1.5
Access to Coyote Hill Golf Course
Coyote Hill Golf Course is a par 35, 9 hole course.
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3.3
Access to to Nova Scotia Smilies provincial picnic park
Smileys Provincial Park : Facilities: The park is open from mid-June until early September offering a 100 site campground, picnic area, playground and walking trails. The campground has water outlets and a trailer dump station as well as a heated comfort station with flush toilets. Located close to the town of Windsor, NS, this campground on the Meander River offers easy access to the many cultural and natural attractions in the area: Attractions around the park : NS,Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival - Fort Edward National Historic Site, Windsor, NS - Haliburton House Museum, Windsor, NS - Shand House Museum, Windsor, NS - Uniacke Estate Museum/Park, Mount Uniacke, NS.
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Junction of Nova Scotia Highway #14 west
Community of Brooklyn, NS. Services at highway, fuel, east side.
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Junction of Nova Scotia Highway #14 west
Photo view from highway, driving north along the Nova Scotia, Gloosecap Trail Scenic Trailway. Photo of Brooklyn, NS at highway junction.
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Junction of Nova Scotia highway #14 east
East to communities of Rawdon, NS, Milford, NS, Turo, NS.
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Junction of highway #14 east
Services fuel at highway. Petrocan service station/store east side of highway.
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Junction of Nova Scotia highway # 236
East to communities of Stanley, NS, Kennetcook, NS, Turo, NS.
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Point of Information
The Nova Scotia, Kennetcook River. This is the first place that you can see the power the Minas basin tides. The current runs at 6 to 8 knots and the water raises 45 ft on a spring tide. This area is also a great place to view the bald eagles right form your car.
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Photo view from highway
Driving north along the Nova Scotia, Gloosecap Trail Scenic Trailway.
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16.5
Center Burlington and Sanford's gas and grocery.
Services fuel; at highway NOTE: This is the only gas stop between here and Maitland, NS.
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Community of Summerville, NS
Photo view from highway - The Avon Emporium and Shipwright Inn. Summerville, NS, is a community on the banks of the Nova Scotia, Avon River. Founded in 1784.
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27.0
Photo view from highway
Driving north along the Nova Scotia, Gloosecap Trail Scenic Trailway.
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29.7
Access to Quarry Park
The park was build a number of years ago by local residents at the site of an old abandoned gypsum quarry.
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Photo view from highway
Community of Cheverie, NS. Home of Scott Brison MP.
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32.5
Cheverie Beach Nova Scotia
Community of Cheverie, NS.
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32.5
Photo view from highway
Community of Cheverie, NS. Photo - Avon Convenience Store and Take Out.
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Community of Cambridge, NS
Minas View Golf Links. Minas View Golf Links is a 9 hole course with some of the most spectacular views in the province. Each hole offers is own special view of the Minas Basin, NS, with Cape Blomidon, NS, in the background. There are many spectacular views of the world famous Bay of Fundy, NS, tides. These are the highest tides in the world.
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Photo view from highway
Dragon Fly Convenience Store and NS Liquor Outlet.
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Commuity of Walton, NS
Walton Pub and Eatery and Convenience Store.
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Walton Light House Lookoff
Walton Light House was once the brightest lighthouse on the upper Bay of Fundy, guiding seagoing ships into the port of Walton, NS.
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50.4
Whale Creek Campground
Full service campground.
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59.7
Tennycape Antiques

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Photo view from highway
Junction of Burnt Coat Scenic loop.
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Side trip to Burntcoat Head Park
West of highway 3.3 kms. Location where the highest tides in the world have been recorded by the BIO at 53 ft.
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Side trip to Burntcoat Head Park
Burntcoat Head is a small park operated by the local community. It features striking sandstone coastline, hermit crabs, gardens, a small lighthouse museum, and is a prime example of the tides in the Bay of Fundy.
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Side trip to Burntcoat Head Park
Burntcoat Head, NS, is a small park operated by the local community. It features striking sandstone coastline, hermit crabs, gardens, a small lighthouse museum, and is a prime example of the tides in the Bay of Fundy, NS.
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Side trip to Burntcoat Head Park
West of highway 3.3, kms.
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Junction Burnt Coat Scenic loop. With Highway 215 & Nova Scotia highway #354, south
North Burnt Coat Scenic loop 5.2 kms side trip.
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Community of Noel, NS.

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View from Highway
Driving north along the Nova Scotia, Gloosecap Trail Scenic Trailway.
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Community of Noel , NS
Antiques.
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View from Highway
Photo view from highway, driving north along the Nova Scotia, Gloosecap Trail Scenic Trailway.
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View from Highway
Photo driving north along the Nova Scotia, Gloosecap Trail Scenic Trailway.
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View from highway
Photo view from highway, driving north along the Nova Scotia, Gloosecap Trail Scenic Trailway. Lookind at the Lower Salem, NS, yellow fields
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Anthony NS Provincial Picnic park
An open picnic park at the edge of the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia. Exposed red sand area at low tide offers a great opportunity for walking and wading in the warm water.
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Anthony Provincial Picnic park
Photo taken from Anthony Provincial Picnic park.
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Anthony Provincial Picnic park
Photo taken in Anthony Provincial Picnic park
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Anthony Provincial Picnic park
Photo taken in Anthony Provincial Picnic park
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Anthony NS Provincial Picnic park
Photo taken in Anthony Provincial Picnic park
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Community of Selma, NS
Photo view from highway, driving north along the Nova Scotia, Gloosecap Trail Scenic Trailway.
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Community of Selma, NS - Photo Selma's Community Hall
View from highway, driving north along the Nova Scotia, Gloosecap Trail Scenic Trailway.
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Community of Maitland, NS - Random photos
Photo view from highway - The Lawrence House
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Community of Maitland, NS - Random photos
Access to the Shubenacadie River is the longest river in Nova Scotia. Approximately 50kms long from its source at Shubenacadie Grand Lake, NS, to its mouth at the historic seaport village of Maitland on Cobequid Bay, NS.
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Community of Maitland, NS - Random photos
Access to the Historic Shubenacadie Canel System. The Shubenacadie Canal is the most significant 19th century canal development project in the Canadian Maritimes. For centuries, the Shubenacadie waterway, a system of 115 rivers and lakes, had been an important route for Mi'kmaq people during their travels between the NS, Bay of Fundy and Halifax, NS harbour.
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Community of Maitland, NS - Random photos
Access to Dawson Dowell Park. Municipal Picnic Park.
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Community of Maitland, NS - Random photos
Photo view from highway looking at Friez & Roy General Store (100+ years old).
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Community of Maitland, NS - Random photos
V iew from highway .Photo - Cresthaven by the Sea Country Inn and Dining.
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Community of Maitland, NS - Random photos
Douglas House B&B
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Adventure Tours (River rafting)

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Junction of highway #236
Community of South Maitland, NS. West to communities of Latties Brook, NS, Upper Kennetcook, NS, Kennetcook, NS, Clarksville, NS.
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Collins Country Store and Caf
Services fuel at highway. Gas, food and convenience store items.
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South Maitland Park
Municipal Picnic Park.
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Junction of highway #236
East to communities of Green Oaks, NS, Brookfield, NS, Beaverbrook, NS, Turo, NS.
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Wide Open Wilderness Campground
125 Camping sites. Situated on the Mighty Shubenacadie River ~ with the worlds highest tides.
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Baile Log Cottages

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Tidal Bore Rafting, Park and Cottages

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Tidal Bore Rafting, Park and Cottages

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The Links at Penn Hills
The tidal Shubenacadie River provides an ever changing backdrop for the golfers to enjoy.
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The Links at Penn Hills
18 Hole Championship Golf Course.
78.0
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Whispering Winds Campground
Full service campground with 250 sites, RV dump station
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127.0
Junction of Nova Scotia highway #102
South to Dartmouth, NS, Halifax, NS. North to Turo, NS and the Nova Scotia Trans Canada Highway.
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Community of Shubenacadie, NS
Highway 215 ends at Shubenacadie on Highway 2. End of Road Map highway travel guide. -e