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ABOUT MUSQUODOBOIT VALLEY
THINGS TO DO
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
ARTS AND CULTURE
HISTORIC SITES AND MUSEUMS
REST AND RELAXATION
THINGS TO DO FOR FREE!
AGRICULTURE AND INDUSTRY
Things To Do For FREE
Want an INEXPENSIVE day in the country air?
Come to Musquodoboit Valley!!
It’s common knowledge that life in the country is less expensive than life in and around urban centers. Besides, once you see one city you’ve pretty well seen them all. Musquodoboit Valley has nature in abundance for you to experience and you’ll have the opportunity to experience first-hand how enjoyable country life can be.
Scenic Drives by Car, Motorcycle, or Bicycle
Playgrounds, Picnic Parks, Tennis Courts & Nature
CornerStone Park, in Middle Musquodoboit, is home to the largest outdoor hummingbird sculpture in North America. The park displays a variety of plants and shrubs attractively arranged in a horseshoe-shaped bed. Folks are encouraged to enjoy the shade of the recently constructed gazebo and take in the sights and sounds of the village. A tour-map of the village is available through Musquodoboit Valley Tourism Association. As you “walk the block,” (the village core is built around a square about the size of a city block) historic sites and buildings are located on the map for you to discover.
Atlantic Canada's Largest Wooden Playground
Moose River Gold Mines Museum & Provincial Park
Admission to the Moose River Gold Mines Museum is FREE. There is absolutely no charge to step back in time and experience what life was like in this mining community one hundred years ago. Between May and August, staff looks forward to explaining to visitors the numerous static displays, newspaper clippings and the hundreds of artifacts related to mining. While there, take time to enjoy a packed lunch at nearby Moose River Gold Mines Provincial Park. You can afford to bring the whole family on this excursion because it’s all free!
Dollar Lake Provincial Park
Experience the Musquodoboit River
Hiking & Walking Trails
Nearby, is Martinique Beach Provincial Park. The longest beach (5 km) in Nova Scotia is waiting for you to enjoy. You don’t have to empty your bank account to enjoy the best things in life. It’s all here!
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