Monday, 15 July 2013

Nova Scotia Tourism

It's here!  The Doers and Dreamers Guide for Nova Scotia is at your library.  Each year we are more impressed with what our province has to offer.   Whether you are driving, hiking, swimming, biking, sailing or fishing there is a unique spot in Nova Scotia that you have yet to discover.

We don't have to go far in any direction to have an adventure and the provincial tourism website is a wonderful way to explore potential destinations .  This is the spot to request your own copy of the guide, get maps of the scenic touring routes,  check out the festivals and events.  There is a live chat option and a travel helper. You can connect through all the social networks,  Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest , etc.

Check out our provincial parks for camping or just a picnic at  Or if the idea of a B&B  is more appealing order the Sea &Stay B&B locator map.   So as the author notes in the following article  "With curiosity, an open mind and a broad horizon of free time, it’s possible to travel in your own backyard ".  Explore your neck of the woods this year.  

We've made it even easier to plan a Staycation right here in the Valley with our Go! Explore! Booklet
and website. We've partnered with local Active Living Coordinators to highlight some wonderful family activities for the summer. Parents can pick up a brochure when they sign their kids up for the Summer Reading Club, do at least 30 of the 60 activities, and then enter to win great prizes, including our Grand Prize which is a two-night stay at Mersey River Chalets.  We've suggested places right here in the Valley that you can do these fun activities, but you can really do them anywhere.  Just get out there and have some fun with your kids! And take along a GoBot on your travels, and let us see where he's been.

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