MUSQUODOBOIT VALLEY - 'IN THE HEART OF NOVA SCOTIA'
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First Issue April 2007
Last Issue July 2016 
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ABOUT MUSQUODOBOIT VALLEY

THINGS TO DO


    FESTIVALS
        Dean Maple Syrup Festival
        Halifax County Exhibition
        50 Mile Yard Sale
        Kirk Logan Fiddling Contest
        Rally in the Valley
        Christmas Festival of Trees
        Christmas Festival of Crafts

    ACTIVE ADVENTURES

    ARTS AND CULTURE

    FAMILY FUN

    HISTORIC SITES AND MUSEUMS

    REST AND RELAXATION

    THINGS TO DO FOR FREE!

OUR HUMMINGBIRD

HISTORY

    Musquodoboit Railway
    Memorial Hospital

AGRICULTURE AND INDUSTRY

COMMUNITIES

MUSQUODOBOIT VALLEY TOURISM

How To Find Musquodoboit Valley

SPECTACULAR FALL FOLIAGE ADORNS MUSQUODOBOIT RIVER

Within a 100 km radius, the province’s capital city of Halifax, the Halifax Stanfield International Airport, the Towns of Truro, New Glasgow, Stewiacke and Amherst, are only a day trip away from Musquodoboit Valley.
 
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From Halifax / Dartmouth via Hwy. 102

Option 1 - Hwy 102 until Exit 8 at Elmsdale Turn right onto Rte. 214 and go through two sets of lights where Rte. 214 changes to Rte. 277. Follow Rte. 277 for 15.4 km where it changes to Rte. 224 and continue on the 224 for approximately 20 kms to Middle Musquodoboit.

Option 2 - Take Hwy 102 and turn off at Exit 5A (Old Guysborough Rd, just before airport). Turn right off the exit ramp for 1.1 kms. Turn left on to Rte. 212 east for 0.2 kms. Turn right on 212 east (Old Guysborough Rd) for 29.2 kms until you reach a stop sign. Turn left on route 357 North for 11.5 kms to Middle Musquodoboit. 

From Halifax / Dartmouth via Hwy. 107

Take Hwy. 107 to stop sign at Musquodoboit Harbour. Turn right onto Rte. 7 and proceed to Rte. 357 just past the Train Museum. Turn left on Hwy. 357 North. Continue to Middle Musquodoboit. 

From New Glasgow 

On Hwy 104 west take Exit 20 and go 4.3 kms where route changes to 289 East. Go for 31.6 km. Turn left on Hwy. 336 South and for 6.5 kms. Continue left on Hwy. 336 South for another 14.7 kms. At Junction 336, take Hwy. 224 West for 17.8 km to Middle Musquodoboit.

From Truro 

Take Hwy. 2 south for 17.4 kms. Turn left at Alton for 20.6 kms. Turn left on to Hwy. 224 east for 5.8 kms to Middle Musquodoboit

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  WADDYA KNOW...?

The Nova Scotia Department of Tourism advertises Musquodoboit Valley as part of Eastern and Northumberland Shores tourist destination. Federal and provincial polling districts claim we’re in the Central Nova riding. Halifax Regional Municipality says we’re in the Eastern Shore Musquodoboit district. No wonder visitors have a hard time finding us! The truth is, Musquodoboit Valley is so spectacular, everybody wants to claim us as their own! You will too!


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