Travel and Tourism Information for the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia

Medford Beach

At low tide take a walk along the ocean floor on this red sand beach along the Bay of Fundy. Explore the various rock formations carved by the highest tides in the world. More...

Grand-Pré

The Grand-Pré National Historic Site of Canada is the world centre for the commemoration of the Deportation of the Acadians. More...

Balancing Rock

A unique columnar landform of Digby Neck and Islands that is the result of a ridge of basalt that is cut across by four parallel faults. More...

Hall's Harbour

One of the busiest small ports along the Bay of Fundy, famous for its scenery and fresh lobster. More...

  • Medford Beach

    At low tide take a walk along the ocean floor on this red sand beach along the Bay of Fundy. Explore the various rock formations carved by the highest tides in the world.

    More...

  • Grand-Pré

    The Grand-Pré National Historic Site of Canada is the world centre for the commemoration of the Deportation of the Acadians.

    More...

  • Balancing Rock

    A unique columnar landform of Digby Neck and Islands that is the result of a ridge of basalt that is cut across by four parallel faults.

    More...

  • Hall's Harbour

    One of the busiest small ports along the Bay of Fundy, famous for its scenery and fresh lobster.

    More...

Fox Mountain Camping Park

Address
6128 Aylesford Rd, Morristown, Nova Scotia, Canada, B0P 1C0
Telephone
(902) 847-3747
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Open campground overlooking the Annapolis Valley. 350 overnight sites plus 20 seasonal. Camping supplies, hiking and bike trails, close to freshwater beaches.
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The predicted Tide Times are for the Bay of Fundy. Add one hour for the Minas Basin. Subtract 30 min for the Annapolis Basin.
This information is for reference only and should not be used for navigation. They are not certified, and they do not incorporate the effects of tropical storms,
El Niño, seismic events, continental drift, or changes in global sea levels.

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