Explore the Fundy Shore By Season

We mark the four distinct seasons of our region by the things that reappear each year. Flower-filled communities like Truro welcome the season with a riot of Spring colours. Our museums, heritage sites, and attractions open their doors and welcome returning visitors. In summer, our sandpipers skitter and flit along the beaches at the height of their favourite season and the harness racing horses of the Truro area race late into the warm evenings. Autumn brings the harvest and around here, winter is the season of romance with fireside dinners in country inns, the return of the winter lobster season timed right for the holidays, and a fresh canvas of snow for skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and hiking in the great outdoors.

Explore all the seasonal ways to create a great active vacation from biking or camping one of our provincial parks like Cape Chignecto, to joining the region’s exuberant fall harvest festivals, to hiking on a winter morning to photographic frozen waterfalls. With the tastes, sites, and sounds of four fabulous seasons, there is a lot to explore.

Learn about Fundy Shore in the Spring

Spring

Coo over newborn baby animals from woodland creatures to exotic creatures. Hike the outer edges of the Earth’s ancient history.


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Learn about Fundy Shore in the Summer

Summer

High tides and tee times. Rockhounding and antique hunting. From a walk on the ocean floor to a guided tour of the hiking trails of Cape Chignecto Provincial Park, summer along the Fundy Shore leaves a big impression.

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Learn about Fundy Shore in the Winter

Winter

Strap on snowshoes or Nordic skis and take to the trails that wind through our woods and along the shoreline. Embrace the essence of our traditions as the winter season leads up to a holiday calendar filled with festivities.

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Learn about Fundy Shore in the Fall

Fall

When the colours of our hardwood forests turn to reds, golds, and yellows, Fundy Shore becomes the ultimate playground for outdoor adventurists seeking a few thrills and breathtaking views.

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