South Shores of Nova Scotia

Written By Yula.ca

On March 10, 2020

Date Visited:  July 8, 2019

Over the next couple of days we travel the South Shores of Nova Scotia.  This is the southwest area of the province.  We take our time driving up and down each inlet, discovering pretty little bays, and my favourite – lighthouses!  One of the towns we visited was Shelburne.  We found a park by the water, cooked our lunch and explored the pretty seaside town.  After a little bit of a drive, we arrived at Kejimkujik National Park Seaside.  It was quite a hike to get to the water – about 45 minutes – but we were promised seals, so we made the hike.  We did see them far into the sea, but without a good camera, you’ll just have to take my word for it! 🙂

Night 6 (July 7, 2019) Whale Cove

We followed Whale Cove Road in Digby, NS to the very end, and found a very quiet and unused pier.  The road was pretty rocky near the end, and not the best for a big rig.  But for us, it was the perfect spot to enjoy a magnificent sunset and spend the night.  

Night 7 (July 8, 2019) Green Bay

We found another seaside boondock spot for the next night.  This one was on Green Bay on the southwest shore of Nova Scotia.  There weren’t any ‘no overnight parking’ signs, there was another camper parked there, so we felt safe enough to spend the night.  It was quiet all night long!

South Shores of Nova Scotia

In the past 2 days we travelled 540 km!

 

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Yours Truly …. Yula

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