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Annapolis River Festival

Annapolis County
The purpose of the Annapolis River Festival is to raise funds for CARP (Clean Annapolis River Project), to create awareness of CARP, and to showcase the environmental, cultural, historical, and recre ... [ More Info ]

Atlantic Division CanoeKayak Canada

Dartmouth
The ADCKC is a not for profit sporting organization that administers the sport of canoe in the sprint disciplines of canoe and kayak. We welcome anyone who enjoys paddling as a sport or a recreationa ... [ More Info ]

Bear Falls Wilderness

Middlefield
Bear Falls Wilderness, is an eco-friendly campground owned and operated locally. Bear Falls is very special, very. The campground is located on Canada's East coast near the picturesque town of Greenf ... [ More Info ]

Canoe & Pedal Boat Rentals, Raven Haven Beachside Family Park

West Springhill
Come rent a canoe or pedal boat and explore beautiful Sandy Bottom Lake! Rates: Hourly: $8.00/hour Daily (based on 8 hr day; 11am-7pm): $50.00/day ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 1 - Lambs and Crotchet Lakes

Annapolis County
The route consists of two lakes and a connecting stream, and is part of the Nova Scotia Power Lequille Development. Historically, these lakes and the Ten Mile River system were the site of numerous lo ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 10 - Lake LaRose and Jerry Lake

Annapolis County
The route consists of two lakes that are connected by a small brook, but by no established portage. To explore both lakes and adjoining watercourses, it will be necessary to launch separately into eac ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 11 – Barrys Stillwater

Annapolis County
The route follows a section of the east branch of the Round Hill River, coursing through low meadow and gentle, flat water. The entry point at Gibsons Mill was the site of a water-powered saw mill gen ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 12 – Corbett and Dalhousie Lakes

Annapolis County
This route consists of two lakes that are part of the Nova Scotia Power Nictaux Development. The water levels in each are controlled, and fluctuate with the demand for hydroelectric power. Dalhousie L ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 13 – Paradise Lake

Annapolis County
This lake is part of the Nova Scotia Power Nictaux Development, and its water levels fluctuate dramatically with the demands of power generation. It is, however, a beautiful lake dotted with innumerab ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 14 – Lake Alma

Annapolis County
The route consists of four lakes varying in size from very small to very large and convoluted. Big Kelly Bog is a pleasant, meandering meadow that eventually broadens out into Big Molly Upsim Lake. Th ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 15 – McGill Lake

Annapolis County
The route consists of two lakes and adjoining sections of river and meadow, offering a wide variety of paddling opportunities. Access to the route can be found at four Entry, Exit Points, allowing for ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 16 – Waterloo and Shannon Lakes

Annapolis County
The route consists of two narrow, relatively sheltered lakes, that are not connected by a watercourse or portage, requiring a separate launch into each. Waterloo Lake, the more developed of the two, o ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 17 – Springfield Lake and Lake Pleasant

Annapolis County
The route consists of two separate lakes, not connected by a common watercourse, and will require a separate launch into each. Both lakes are easily accessible, and developed to an extent with cottage ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 18 – Nictaux River

Annapolis County
This route, except for a short paddle through Shannon Lake, follows the Nictaux River entirely, as it winds its way down the north face of the South Mountain, on its way to the Annapolis Valley floor. ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 19 – Annapolis River

Annapolis County
The route follows the Annapolis River from Kingston to Annapolis Royal, beginning as a shallow, meandering stream flowing through forested areas. As it proceeds westward, it becomes both wider and dee ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 2 - Grand Lake and Grand Lake Flowage

Annapolis County
The route consists of two lakes and a connecting stream, which is part of the Nova Scotia Power Lequille Development. Sections of Grand Lake have seen extensive cottage development, but the majority o ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 20 – Allains River

Annapolis County
Allains River offers a unique experience to the paddler. The route meanders through the Allains River Marsh, an area holding both historical and contemporary significance and dates back to the early 1 ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 21 – East Branch Medway River

Annapolis County
This route is NOT recommended for NOVICE and INTERMEDIATE paddlers. The route is comprised of the East Branch of the Medway River, the Medway River proper, and Port Medway Lake. Although there are a ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 22 – West Branch Medway River

Annapolis County
This route is NOT recommended for NOVICE and INTERMEDIATE paddlers. The route follows the West Branch of the Medway River, and the Medway River proper throughout its entire length. Although there are ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 23 – Mersey River

Annapolis County
This route is NOT recommended for NOVICE and INTERMEDIATE paddlers. Portions of Route 23 are also catalogued in this guide as Route 3, Sandy Bottom Lake; Route 4, Milford Lakes; and Route 6, Kejimkuj ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 24 – Annapolis Basin

Annapolis County
The Annapolis Basin was formed following the general rise in sea levels after the last ice age. The North and South Mountains frame the basin of the Annapolis River, which exits swiftly through the na ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 25 – Cloud Lake

Annapolis County
Cloud Lake offers the paddler a wilderness experience within one of Nova Scotia's wilderness protected areas. A large lake, it possesses a number of islands and interesting geography that can be a cha ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 26 - Lake Torment

Annapolis County
Lake Torment is a large lake with a convoluted shoreline and a number of large and small islands. The majority of the lakeshore forms the boundary of the Tobeatic Wilderness Area’s “Finger”, and Wilde ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 27 - Tobeatic Wilderness Area

Annapolis County
The Tobeatic Wilderness Area is the jewel in the crown of Nova Scotia's 31 wilderness areas. The Tobeatic, at over 100,000 hectares (250,000 acres) in size, is by far the largest, most remote and esse ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 3 - Sandy Bottom Lake

Annapolis County
Sandy Bottom Lake offers a variety of recreational experiences for the whole family. Raven Haven Beachside Family Park is both a day and overnight recreational park owned and operated by the Municipal ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 4 - Milford Lakes

Annapolis County
The route consists of 13 lakes and connecting streams, and encompasses developed areas such as Liverpool Head and Geier Lakes, as well as very remote areas such as Allison and Gull Lakes. Portages are ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 5 - Flanders Meadows

Annapolis County
The route consists of a long, meandering stillwater and five lakes, four of which are relatively small. The fifth, known locally as Big Lake, was created when Nova Scotia Power flooded the original Mu ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 6 - Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site of Canada

Annapolis County
Kejimkujik (pronounced kej-im-koo-jik) National Park encompasses 381 square kilometres of forests and interconnecting lakes, offering the visitor a variety of paddling experiences in natural, undevelo ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 7 – Hendry Lake

Annapolis County
This route connects Route 4, the Milford Lakes system and Route 13, the Lake Alma system. It is the access route to the West Branch Medway River, and is one of two access routes to the East Branch Med ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 8 - First and Second Pond

Annapolis County
This route consists of two man-made lakes that are dammed portions of the Bear River, and that serve as holding ponds for the Nova Scotia Power Sissiboo Development. The ponds are not connected by a n ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Annapolis County, Route 9 – Bear River

Annapolis County
The route consists of a tidal river that connects the village of Bear River to Smiths Cove on the Annapolis Basin. Noted as "The Rhine" of Nova Scotia, the river nestles between steep, rolling hills a ... [ More Info ]

Canoe Kayak Nova Scotia, CKNS

Halifax Regional Municipality
Canoe Kayak Nova Scotia (CKNS) is a non-profit society that fosters the growth and development of safe and environmentally responsible, recreational stand up paddle boarding, canoeing and kayaking in ... [ More Info ]

Cloud Lake Wildnerness Area

Annapolis County
The Cloud Lake Wilderness Area is one of 31 Protected Areas set aside by the Nova Scotia Government in the Wilderness Areas Preservation Act. This area, comprised of 10,830 hectares of land, boundari ... [ More Info ]

Dunromin Waterfront Campground and Cabins

Granville Ferry
Accommodations: There is a wide variety of sites available, ranging from Premium Waterfront RV and Tent Sites, Open and Shaded to quiet, private, secluded, wooded sites for tenting. Fully serviced la ... [ More Info ]

Fall Lake Cottages and Campground, Falls Lake West

Vaughan
Falls Lake Cottages and Campground is a Department of National Defence (DND) facility near Windsor, NS, operated by Canadian Armed Forces Halifax Personnel Support Programs (PSP). The facility serves ... [ More Info ]

Falls Lake Provincial Park, Provincial Day-use Park

Vaughan
A small picnic park with beach access on Falls Lake. Carry-in launch point for canoes/kayaks, sport fishing. Limited cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. ... [ More Info ]

Freewheeling Adventures

The Lodge
Our South Shore offerings can be found on our website. One day or multi-day tours are available, including cycling, sea-kayaking, hiking, and yoga. Lodging is in the best inns, and the cuisine is a h ... [ More Info ]

IWK Pediatric Rehabilitation Service Equipment Loan Program

Halifax Peninsula
Equipment Loan Program - Recreation Therapy The IWK Pediatric Rehabilitation Service Equipment Loan Program was established through the ongoing support of the IWK Auxiliary to give families of childr ... [ More Info ]

Kejimkujik, National Park and National Historic Site

Queens County (NS)
On behalf of the people of Canada, we protect and present nationally significant examples of Canada's natural and cultural heritage, and foster public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment in way ... [ More Info ]

Kempt Quarry Recreation Site, West Hants Parks and Recreation

Kempt Shore
The Kempt Quarry offers some of the finest swimming in the Municipality! The water is clear and clean (and tested regularly by your Recreation Department) and swimming is fun with rocky ledges to lea ... [ More Info ]

Lake George Provincial Park, Provincial Day-use Park

Lake George (Kings Co.)
Freshwater sandy beach. Change houses, small picnic area and an adjacent launch for canoes and kayaks. A safe swimming area is roped off from boaters. 16kms south of Berwick. ... [ More Info ]

Learn To Paddle, Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

Maitland Bridge
For thousands of years the canoe has been the best way to travel through Kejimkujik’s inter-connected rivers, lakes and streams providing the finest canoeing experience in Atlantic Canada! Enjoy a fun ... [ More Info ]

Lumsden Pond Provincial Park, Provincial Day-Use Park

Black River (Kings Co.)
Picnic park with easy access to the water. Change houses, vault toilets, carry-in boating. ... [ More Info ]

Milford House

South Milford
The Legendary Milford House is a resort that has catered to outdoor enthusiasts and families since the late 1800's, offering a truly unique and carefree experience. Our VISION: To be renowned as a ma ... [ More Info ]

Pisiquid Canoe Club

Windsor
The Pisiquid Canoe Club is home to 2012 Olympian Ryan Cochrane. The club is located on the shores of beautiful Lake Pisiquid in Windsor, Nova Scotia (just behind Tim Horton's). Pisiquid Canoe Club of ... [ More Info ]

Powell's Point Provincial Park Beach

Pictou Landing
The park boasts a large picnic area by the warmest salt water in Nova Scotia, with a sandy beach on one side and rocky on the other. For those with canoes and kayaks, the park has a boat launch. Washr ... [ More Info ]

Shannon River Canoe Access Park

Albany Cross
At Albany Cross, approximately 25 kms from Middleton, on Route 10 (4081, Hwy 10), you’ll find Annapolis County’s Shannon River Canoe Access Park which officially opened to the public in October 2000. ... [ More Info ]

Tor Bay Provincial Park Beach

Tor Bay
A small picturesque picnic area on a rocky point looking out to the open Atlantic. Sweeping sand beaches (unsupervised), boardwalks and interpretive displays make this an interesting stop along the Ea ... [ More Info ]

Tupper Lake

Cambridge (Kings Co.)
Tupper Lake is a small lake in Kings County, between Berwick and Kentville. It is closed to motorized boats but has a public launch for non-motorized boats such as kayaks and canoes. The lake is also ... [ More Info ]

Waterside Beach Provincial Park

Caribou River
A combination of a long sandy beach, salt marsh and open farmland with picnic tables. The long, wide beach is seldom crowded, and the water is very warm. Group use is available. Park amenities include ... [ More Info ]

Whynot Adventure, The Keji Outfitters

Kejimkujik National Park
Whynot Adventure, The Keji Outfitters rent canoes, kayaks and mountain bikes and have hourly, full-day and overnight rates. You can also rent expedition quality camping equipment including tents, sle ... [ More Info ]