Kayaking & Fishing
Swimming in the river
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Surrounded by dozens of local rivers and a close proximity to the ocean, there are plenty of opportunities for fishing enthusiasts.
We are committed to supplying expertly guided sea kayaking tours. Age/experience are not important.
The coastal section at Joggins, Nova Scotia, is of outstanding universal value. It contains an unrivalled fossil record preserved in its environmental context.
"It's our mission to be a primary centre for the production and development of Canadian and Atlantic theatre."
Paleontology and lapidary enthusiasts will discover more than just adventure near our 42 acre site. The area is blessed with spectacular
views and unusual geological formations. A woodland setting along a tidal river close to the famous Minas Basin Fossil Finds.
Tidal River Ridge is home to some of the best fossil find deposits in North America.
Stop by Parrsboro's 'Fundy Geological Museum' and explore the museum’s whole new take on the rocks, minerals, dinosaurs and glaciers. Interactive displays throughout the gallery lead you through half a billion years of geological history. Find out how geology helped to shape Nova Scotia’s cultural landscape that we enjoy today.
The scenic Cape d'Or Lighthouse and Cape Chignecto Provincial Park are popular local attractions. Due to the extreme tidal range in
this area it is also a well known sea kayaking destination. The coastal erosion creates sea stacks, caves and arches that make for a unique experience.
The end of this scenic drive finds you at the world famous Joggins Fossil finds a place the geological enthusiast will not want to miss.