Nova Scotia is a uniquely beautiful area for outdoor recreation. There is always something fun to do in the great outdoors of Annapolis Royal whether it’s golfing at Eden Golf and Country Club, whale watching in the Bay of Fundy, touring Fort Anne, or visiting the popular Upper Clements Amusement Park.
This area of Canada is rich with history and features several locations with historically authentic entertainment and attractions. You can also find one-of-a-kind treasures shopping in the farmer’s markets or specialty shops in Annapolis Royal. Visit the Annapolis Royal or Nova Scotia websites for more information.
Thrill to the sightings of humpback, fin and menke whales during whale watching excursions, just 45 minutes away, in neighboring Digby County. Occasionally the rare and endangered whales are spotted.
The Bay of Fundy features miles of hiking trails along the coast for you to discover. Hikes range from a leisurely stroll for photographers and bird watchers to more rigorous hikes for adventure seekers.
Upper Clements Park is a Family Amusement and Wildlife Park, less than 30 minutes from Bridgetown, where you can ride the treetop roller coaster, water slides, flumes and much more. Adjacent to the Theme Park is a natural wildlife park, featuring many domestic animals. Packages are available for this attraction.
Located in Annapolis Royal, Fort Anne is Canada’s oldest historical site depicting the early colonial struggle for North America in the 17th and 18th centuries. Nearby in Port Royal is the Habitation, where early settlers lived, including French explorer Samuel de Champlain.
A popular attraction, just 20 minutes west of Bridgetown is the Annapolis Historic Gardens. The Gardens offer a gorgeous mix of plants and flowers displaying horticultural practices from the early Europeans right down to modern times.