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Nova Scotia #331 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
0.0
0.0
Junction of Highway #3
Town of Bridgewater, NS; all services. North to city of Halifax, NS. East via the Lighthouse Trail Scenic Drive to the town of Liverpool, NS.
0.6
1.0
Picnic Area
Access from highway
1.2
1.9
Community of Conquerall, NS
North of highway
4.1
6.6
Services at highway
Fuel, west side of highway
4.7
7.6
Community of Pleasantville, NS
North side of highway
6.3
10.1
Community of West LaHave, NS
North of highway
8.8
14.2
Community of Mount Pleasant, NS
South of highway
9.1
14.7
Community of Pentz, NS
South of highway
10.6
17.1
Community of LaHave
North of highway
11.4
18.4
Access to LaHave Ferry
Ferry crosses the LaHave River connecting with highway #332 the Lighthouse Trail scenic Drive
11.8
19.0
Fort Point Acadian Museum, NS
East of highway. The museum, previously a lighthouse keeper's home stands on this site of the strategic French fort and settlement. There are picnic tables available.
13.0
20.9
Community of Dublin Shore, NS
East of highway
13.3
21.4
Roadside Highway Turnout Observation Point
Mosshers Point Lookoff, east side of highway
14.7
23.7
Community of West Dublin, NS
East side of highway
15.8
25.4
Services at highway
South side of highway
16.4
26.4
Community of Crescent Beach, NS
East of highway. Attractions: Crescent Beach has a white sand, crescent-shaped beach. It known for its sandy dunes and windsurfing.
17.0
27.4
Services at highway
Access from highway
17.5
28.2
Access to LaHave Island, NS. & Crescent Beach, NS
East of highway
17.8
28.7
Community of Petite Riviere
Access from highway
18.0
29.0
Rissers Provincial Park, NS
The park is open from mid-May until early September and offers two campgrounds with a total of 90 sites, picnic areas, and a large supervised beach. There is a canteen and change house with showers adjacent to the beach. Both campgrounds have water outlets and trailer dump stations. The North Rissers campground, while not on the ocean, offers washrooms with showers and a playground.
19.0
30.5
Middle River Bed and Breakfast
North side of highway
19.3
31.0
Access to Community of Italy Cross, NS
West of highway
24.5
39.4
View from highway
Driving south
24.8
39.9
View from highway
Driving south
24.9
40.1
Community of Cherry Hill, NS
Access from highway
27.9
44.9
Community of Voglers Cove, NS
South of highway
30.8
49.6
Community of East Point Medway
South of highway
35.0
56.3
Junction of Highway #103
NOTE. Highway #331 ends/starts at this point. The Lighthouse Trail Scenic Drive joins highway #3 at this point and continues south to the town of Liverpool, NS. Liverpool, NS is located on the Atlantic coast along Nova Scotia's South Shore. The town is on the west bank at the mouth of the Mersey River. This river flows from the eastern end of Eleven Mile Lake in Annapolis County, NS; south to Kejimkujik Lake in Kejimkujik National Park, NS, then through Lake Rossignol to empty into the Atlantic Ocean at the town of Liverpool, NS.
36.0
58.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the Medway River, NS. The Medway River is 121 kilometres long, it is one of the major rivers of Nova Scotia that once supported a large run of Atlantic salmon.
36.2
58.3
Exit #17a - Highways #103 & #3
Access to communities of Medway, MS, Port Medway, NS, West berlin, NS, Liverpool, NS. NOTE the Lighthouse Route Scenic Drive follows highway #3 at this point. Photo of Meadway Head Lighthouse. The current wooden pyramidal wooden tower is 29 feet (8.8m) high it was built in 1983 to replace the deteriorated tower.
40.1
64.5
Exit #18
East access to communities of Brooklyn, Liverpool
44.2
71.1
Exit #19 Junction of Highway #8 (The Kejimkujik Scenic Drive)
East to town of Liverpool, NS 2 kms. West to Kejimkujik National Park, NS 67 kms. West to community of Annapolis Royal, NS. - Annapolis Royal Region is the oldest European settlement north of St. Augustine, Florida and was settled first by Samuel de Champlain and Pierre Dugua, Sieur de Monts in 1605. Attractions in Annapolis Royal, NS: O'Dell House Museun - Sinclair Inn National Site - King's Theatre Society -Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens.
44.2
71.1
Exit #19 Junction of Highway #8 (The Kejimkujik Scenic Drive)
NOTE: For highway travel via Highway #8, The Kejimkujik Scenic Drive See Milebymile Highway Travel Guide Highway #8, The Kejimkujik Scenic Drive for driving directions. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e