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Nova Scotia #7 Highway Guide

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Junction of the Trans Canada Highway #104 (Exit #32)
NOTE: For highway travel via The Trans Canada Highway #104: See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide - New Glasgow, NS to Cape Breton Island, NS for driving directions.

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Junction of the Trans Canada Highway #104 (Exit #32)
North to community of Antigonish, NS; all services. West to Truro, NS. East to Cape Breton Island, city of Sidney. South to community of Sherbrooke, NS.
0.9
1.4
Point of Interest
Crossing the West River, NS
1.7
2.7
Community of Salt Spring, NS
West of highway. Services at highway. The Salt Springs area was settled in the 1780s.
2.9
4.7
Community of Pineville, NS
East of highway
4.1
6.6
Community of Purlbrook, NS
East of highway
5.5
8.8
Community of St. Joseph, NS
West of highway 2 kms
7.8
12.6
View from highway
Driving south
10.6
17.1
Community of Lochaber, NS
Access from highway
12.7
20.4
Community of West Lochaber, NS
West of highway
13.9
22.4
Access to community of Copper Lake, NS
East of highway
14.5
23.4
View from highway
Photo Lochaber Lake, NS; driving south.
18.6
30.0
Junction of Highway #276 ( photo )Salsman Provincial Park
East to community of Goshen, NS. Access to highway #316 to Salsman Provincial Park. Salsman Provincial Park is open from mid-June until early September. The park has 40 well manicured campsites, a picnic area, boat launch, and trailer dump station. The unsupervised beach is ideal for families to splash about. Although there are no electrical hookups, water and vault toilets are convienently located throughout the campground. Flush toilets and showers are available.
20.3
32.6
Point of Interest
Lochiel Lake, NS
21.0
33.8
Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
Nova Scotia Picnic Park, Lochiel Lake
22.1
35.6
Lochiel Lake Bed and Breakfast
South side of highway
22.4
36.0
Community of Fisher Mills, NS
Access to community of Westside, NS, Lochiel Lake, NS
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40.0
Junction of Highway #347
Community of Aspen, NS. North to community of Denver, NS. North to Town of New Glasgow, NS.
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45.1
Junction of Highway #348
Community of Melrose, NS. West to communities of Gleneig, NS, Smithfield, NS, Caledonia, NS.
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50.6
Community of Stillwater, NS
West of highway. The St. Mary's River runs through Stillwater, NS. Stillwater, NS, has the largest population of wood turtles In the World.
35.5
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Junction of Highway #211 ( The Marine Drive Scenic Trailway highway marker sign)
NOTE. Highway #7 becomes part of the Marine Drive Scenic Route at this point. The traditions and legends of the sea come alive along the Marine Drive. Follow this special route through a land of pristine coastal beauty, where quiet shoreline roads lead through romantic seaside villages.
37.5
60.3
Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
Nova Scotia Picnic Park, toilets
37.9
61.0
Community of Sherbrooke, NS
Services. Sherbrooke, NS is nestled between Sherbrooke Lake, NS and St. Mary's River. At approximately 250 kilometres, the St. Mary's River is one of Nova Scotia's longest rivers.
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Community of Sherbrooke Village
Sherbrooke, is home to the historical Sherbrooke Village. Mile by Mile staff visited this village and it is a must see. Sherbrooke Village depicts a typical Nova Scotian village from 1860 to pre-WW1. With approximately 80 buildings, over 25 of those open to the public, it is the largest Nova Scotia Museum site. Built on an economy of ship building, lumbering and gold mining, Sherbrooke Village reflects Nova Scotia as it was during its industrial boom in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Visit a place where time has stood still.
38.5
62.0
R C M P Detachment
North side of highway
38.7
62.2
Sherbrooke Village Inn & Cabins
Access from highway.
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63.3
Community of Goldenville, NS
West of highway.
47.1
75.8
Community of Liscomb, NS
Access from highway
47.2
76.0
Birch Hill Bed and Breakfast
Access from highway
47.6
76.6
Community of Little Liscomb, NS.
East side of highway
48.7
78.3
Community of Spanish Ship Bay, NS
South of highway
54.7
88.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the Liscomb River, NS
57.7
92.9
Community of Marie Joseph, NS
North side highway
59.4
95.6
Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
Nova Scotia Picnic Park, east side of highway
60.2
96.8
Community of Ecum Secum, NS
South of highway
64.5
103.8
Services at highway
West side of highway
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107.8
Community of Necum Teuch, NS
Access from highway. The community is famous for the life like scarecrows created by Angela Smith Geddes.
68.5
110.3
Community of Moser River, NS
Services at west side of highway. Moser River, NS, is on the head of Necum Teuch Harbour.
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Community of Moose Head, NS
North of highway
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117.9
Community of Harrigan Cove, NS
North of highway
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122.7
Community of East Quoddy, NS
Access from highway.
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125.3
Community of West Quoddy, NS
South of highway.
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127.8
Community of Port Dufferin, NS
Access from highway. Port Dufferin, NS, is named for the Marquis of Dufferin, Governor General of Canada from 1872 to 1878.
80.5
129.6
Point of Interest
Crossing the Salmon River, NS
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130.0
Services at highway
East side of highway
81.5
131.1
Black Duck Seaside Country Inn
North side of highway
82.5
132.8
Community of Beaver Harbour, NS
South side of highway
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136.0
Community of Watt Section, NS
Access from highway
84.9
136.7
Point of Interest
Crossing Halfway Brook
88.2
142.0
Junction of Highway #374
North to communities of Malay Falls, NS, Trafalger, NS.
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Community of Sheet Harbour, NS
Access from highway
88.5
142.4
Point of Interest
Crossing the East River, NS.
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142.6
East River Lodge Tent & Trailer Park
West side of highway
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143.0
The Manse Bed and Breakfast
Access from highway
89.4
143.9
Services at highway

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145.6
Junction of Highway #224
North west to community of Marinette, NS.
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153.7
Community of Mushaboom, NS
South of highway. Mushaboom, NS, is named after Mushaboom Harbour, which is east of Taylor Head Provincial Park.
95.5
153.7
Point of Interest
Pope's Harbour, NS
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155.4
Community of Spry Bay, NS
North side of highway
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156.9
Taylor Head Provincial Beach Park
Located southwest of Sheet Harbour, on Route 7(the Marine Drive) Taylor Head Park occupies a rugged wind swept peninsula that juts six kilometers into the Atlantic Ocean. The park's hiking trails and walks provide access to a variety of natural habitat, interesting geological features, and wildlife species, scenic look-offs, secluded beaches and 16 km (10 mi.) of unspoiled coastline
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Community of Spry Bay Village, NS
Access from highway
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158.6
Spry Bay Campground
West side of highway
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Community of Spry Harbour, NS
South east of highway
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161.3
Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
Nova Scotia Provincial Picnic Park, toilets
101.7
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Community of Pope's Harbour, NS
Access from highway
104.6
168.3
Point of Interest
View of lobster traps by wharf area along Pope's Harbour, NS.
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Community of Tangier, NS
Access from highway
106.9
172.1
Community of Pleasant Harbour
Access from highway
111.0
178.6
Murphy's Camping by the Sea
South side of highway
113.1
182.0
Osprey & Loon Bed and Breakfast

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191.4
Community of Ships Harbour, NS
Access from highway
122.7
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Community of Beech Hill, NS
South of highway
123.0
198.0
Community of Lake Charlotte, NS
South to Clam Harbour Provincial Beach Park. A long, wide sandy beach; picnic area in a field on top of a bluff. Supervised by the Nova Scotia Lifesaving Society on weekends only. Canteen, flush toilet, changing rooms, showers and walking trails
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Community of Oyster Pond
Access to Fisherman's life museum. Nova Scotian fisherman's house from the early 1900s. The typical life of a coastal village family is displayed.
127.5
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View from highway
Driving west
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View from highway
Driving west
128.3
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Community of Salmon River Bridge, NS
North of highway
129.1
207.8
Point of Interest
Crossing the Salmon River, NS
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Jeddore Cabins and Lodge
Access from highway
129.6
208.5
Community of Head of Jeddore, NS
North of highway. Head of Jeddore also hosts the official Eastern Shore Pirate Festival in September.
131.7
211.9
Services at highway

132.0
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Community of Smith Settlement, NS
North side of highway
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Community of Musquodoboit Harbour, NS
South to Martinique Beach. A beatiful natural sand dune system. Beachcombing and bird watching are popular pastimes at Martinique. The beach park features a picnic area, boardwalks, and hard-surfaced paths. Musquodoboit Harbour, NS is situated on the Eastern Shore at the mouth of the Musquodoboit River,
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Junction of Highway #357
North to community of Gilbraltar, NS. North to Dollar Lake Provincial Park campground is open from mid-May until early September. The park has 166 woodland campsites, a picnic area, boat launch, and trailer dump station. The main beach is supervised during the peak season. Although there are no electrical hookups, water and vault toilets are convienently located throughout the campground. Accessible flush toilets and showers facilities are also available
136.9
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Junction of Highway #107
South to city Dartmouth / Halifax, NS.
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Community of Head of Chezzetcook, NS
North of highway
141.1
227.0
Access to Highway #107
East of highway
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230.5
Junction of Highway #207
South to community of West Chezzetcook. South to Porters Lake Provincial Park. Porters Lake Provincial Park is open from mid-May until mid-October. The park has 166 woodland campsites, a picnic area, boat launch, amphitheater, and trailer dump station. There are no electrical hookups, water and vault toilets are convienently located throughout the campground. Flush toilets and showers are available.
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Community of Porter Lake, NS
All services. Porter's Lake, NS is 24 km long not more than a kilometer wide and is in the shape of a crescent.
144.9
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Community of Echo Lake, NS
Access from highway
145.7
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Community of Preston, NS
Access from highway
145.8
234.7
Junction of highway #328
South west to city of Dartmouth, NS
145.9
234.8
Community of Cole Harbour, NS
Access from highway
150.4
242.1
Junction of Highway #111 & 207
City of Dartmouth / Halifax
150.4
242.1
City of Dartmouth
Downtown Dartmouth
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245.0
Downtown Dartmouth - photo Halifax Harbour
Access to Ferry Terminal to city of Halifax. Visitor Information Centre
152.2
245.0
Ferry crossing from Dartmouth, NS to Halifax, NS
The ferry terminal gives access (walking distance) to Halifax waterfront boardwalk, where it is possible for the experianced walker to walk to Citadel Hill National Historic Site and the historical site & museum of Pier 21
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245.0
Halifax Citadel National Historic Site ( photo, noon firing of cannon)
The Halifax Citadel, NS dominates the skyline of Nova Scotia's capital. A massive, star-shaped fortification that is considered one of Canada's most important historic sites. The present citadel, completed in 1856, is the fourth fort built on this site after the British founded Halifax in 1749 as one of four principal overseas naval stations in the British Empire.
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Pier 21, NS
Between 1928-1971, at Pier 21 on the Halifax waterfront, 1 million immigrants first set foot on Canadian soil.The port of Halifax, and its Pier 21 reception facility, was the primary point of entry. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e