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Nova Scotia #207 Highway Guide

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Marine Drive Scenic Trailway (highway marker sign)
Junction of Highway #7. West to City of Dartmouth / Halifax. East to Antigonish, Cape Breton Island.
0.0
0.0
Community of West Chezzetcook, NS
West of highway. This area was a major port of call for ships delivering supplies from the city to local gold miners and early settlers.
1.7
2.7
Community of Seaforth, NS
West of highway
6.8
11.0
Porters Lake Provincial Park
North of highway. 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.
11.6
18.6
Point of Interest
Crossing the Lawrencetown River
11.6
18.7
Community of Lawrencetown, NS
Access to Lawrencetown Beach. This popular sand and cobble beach on the Atlantic coast is noted for its surf. Ramped boardwalks, change house, toilets, canteen. Stong rip tides and currents are common swimmers must excercise caution. Supervised swimming areas.
11.7
18.9
Roadside Highway Turnout
Access from highway
11.8
19.0
View from highway
Driving west
17.2
27.6
Access to Highways #328 & #7
North of highway
17.5
28.1
Junction of Highway #322
South to community of Cow Bay, NS. South to Rainbow Haven Provincial Park. The park is 8 km (5 mi.) east of Cow Bay. The park is known for its large sand and cobble beach at the mouth of Cole Harbour. Board walks, change house, toilet facilities, canteen. Supervised.
17.6
28.3
Community of Cole Harbour, NS
Cole Harbour, NS is one of the communities located adjacent to the eastern end of the city of Dartmouth, NS.
21.7
35.0
Junction of Highway #111 & 207
City of Dartmouth, NS. NOTE. Highway #207 becomes Portland Street. Dartmouth, NS; was founded in 1750. Attractions in Dartmouth, NS: Dartmouth Waterfront Park - Dartmouth Heritage Museum - Quaker House, constructed in 1786 - The Dartmouth Heritage Museum, the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia, promoting and preserving Black culture.
23.0
37.0
Entering Dartmouth, NS, business section
Via Portland Street
25.0
40.3
Access to Ferry to City of Halifax (view of Halifax Harbour)
Visitor information Centre. NOTE. The Marine Drive Scenic Route ends/starts at this point. 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
25.0
40.3
Halifax Citadel National Historic Site ( photo, noon firing of cannon)
The Halifax Citadel 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
25.0
40.3
Pier 21 National Historic Site
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