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Nova Scotia #8 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highways #103 & #8 (The Kejimkujik Scenic Drive Route)
East to town of Liverpool, NS 2kms. North to Halifax, NS. West to Kejimkujik National Park, NS; 67 kms, via the Kejimkujik Scenic Drive Route. West to community of Annapolis Royal, NS.South to Yarmouth, NS. - Liverpool, NS; occupies the west bank of the mouth of the Mersey River. Attractions in and around Liverpool, NS: Bristol Avenue (beside river bridge), Liverpool, NS; have a picnic see the history of the river bridge and the shipbuilding history of Liverpool, from interpretive panels. - Sherman Hines Museum of Photography & Galleries of Art - Queens County Museum: This museum shows documents and artifacts that tell the story of Queens County's - Perkins House Museum: This Cape Cod house was built in 1766. The museum shows colonial life in Liverpool in that period. - Old Burial Ground, the earliest burial ground in Liverpool 1760: costumed animators are performing during Privateer Days in early July. - Rossignol Cultural Centre: The Rossignol Cultural Centre combines 12 museums in one - Hank Snow Country Music Centre. This museum features many famous personal memorabilia of Nova Scotia's, native son Hank Snow. - Fort Point Lighthouse Park. Fort Point Lighthouse built in 1855, is the third oldest surviving lighthouse in Nova Scotia. The museum has costumed interpreters and displays, mid-May to mid-October every day. - Liverpool festivals: Liverpool, Country Music Festival - Outdoor Country Music Festival - Privateer Days.
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View from highway
Driving west
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Community of Milton, NS
Access from highway. The Mersey River, passes directly through Milton. Attractions in MIlton,NS: Milton Blacksmith Shop Museum. The museum features tools and equipment associated with the blacksmithing and farrier trades & a large collection of historical photos of Milton.
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
South side of highway. Nova Scotia Picnic Park. A small picnic park beneath a stand of pine and hemlock on the shores of Ten Mile Lake. You can relax by the shore or take a quick freshwater dip.
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Bear Falls Wilderness Camping
North of highway #210 7 kms. The campgroumd has 200 plus acres and over 2.9 kms of remote Medway River frontage
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Junction of Highway #210
North to community of Greenfield, NS
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Access to community of Greenfield
North of highway
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Community of Pleasantfield, NS
Access from highway
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Twin Lake Campground Hibernia
South of highway 1 km.
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
Nova Scotia Picnic Park (Cameron Lake), south side of highway
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Junction of Highway #208
Community of South Brookfield, NS. North to communities of North Brookfield, NS, Brookfield, NS.
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Point of Interest
Lake Nancy, NS; south side of highway
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Community of Harmony Mills, NS
Access from highway
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North Queens Visitor Information Centre
North side of highway
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Point of Interest
Harmony Lake, NS; south side of highway
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Community of Kempt, NS
Access from highway
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Services at highway
Fuel, north side of highway
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Forest Farms Bed and Breakfast
Access from highway
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Community of Maitland Bridge, NS
Access from highway
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Whitman Inn
South side of highway
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Point of Interest
Red Lake
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Kejimkujik National Park
Entrance to Park, south side of highway. Kejimkujik National Park Camping Facilities: Jeremys Bay campground has 360 unserviced sites, suitable for tent or trailer. There are no water or electrical hook-ups but each campground loop has a service building with washrooms and dishwashing sinks. A shower building is located within the campground. - Group Camping Campground: Jim Charles Point Campground, on the shore of Kejimkujik Lake, is a base from which to explore the Park. This group campground is for organized non-profit groups of eight or more. There are four group campsites, each equipped with picnic tables and fireplaces. - Backcountry Camping: All backcountry campers must register at the Visitor Reception Centre. -
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Mersey River, NS. The river proper flows from the eastern end of Eleven Mile Lake in Annapolis County southward to Kejimkujik Lake, NS
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Mersey River Chalets
North side of highway
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Point of Interest
Lake Munroe, NS
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Point of Interest
View Lake, south side of highway
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View from highway
Driving west
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Community of South Milford, NS

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Milford House
South side of highway
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Access to Communities (photo of Bear River)
South to communities of Virginia, NS, Clementsvale, NS, Bear River, NS. Attraction in and around Bear River, NS: Authentic Dutch Windmill which is a Visitor Information Centre. -The Bear River Heritage Museum. The museum offers a wide range of photos and other historical memorabilia and seafaring history. - Bear River First Nations Community Heritage and Cultural Centre, with a interpretive centre showing the native Mi'kmaw culture.
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Community of Milford, NS
Access from highway
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Community of Greywood, NS
Access from highway
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View from highway
Driving west
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Grand Lake Road
South side of highway
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Junction of Highway #101
South to Communities of Deep Brook, NS, Digby, NS. North to Bridgetown, NS. Digby, NS was settled by a hearty band of United Empire Loyalists in 1783. Digby is called 'The scallop capital of the world' - Attractions in and around Digby: The Admiral Digby Museum - The Admirals Waterfront Walk - Fishermen & Soldiers Memorials - The Digby Picturesque fisherman's Wharf - Scallop Days - Summer Concert Series - Wharf Rat Rally - Fishermens Memorial Ceremony - SAILabration.
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Community of Lequille, NS
Access from highway
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Clarence House Bed and Breakfast
South side of highway
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King George Inn
Access from highway
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Hillsdale Bed and Breakfast
South side of highway
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Queen Ann Inn
Access from highway
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Junction of Highway #1
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.
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Fort Anne National Historic Site of Canada
South side of highway. Situated in the town of Annapolis Royal, Fort Anne provides a special opportunity to bring Canada's past to the present. In the 1630's, two decades after the English destroyed the original Habitation at Port Royal, the French returned to the area and settled further upriver. Over the years, they built four different forts on this site. Annapolis Royal was the official capital of Nova Scotia from 1713 to 1749, when Halifax was founded.
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Fort Anne NS - National Historic Site of Canada
View of fort looking south
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Annapolis Royal, NS
View of business section
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Annapolis Royal, NS
View looking west from business section (outgoing tide). Start finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e