Annapolis Valley

Annapolis Valley is in Nova Scotia.


Evangeline Trail

Towns and Hamlets

Get around

Kings Transit buses link most of the towns and villages of the Annapolis Valley. Since they twist and wind all over the place it can take a long time to get anywhere, but you can eventually get just about anywhere, unless it's Sunday (when the buses don't operate).

The old Dominion Atlantic Railway ran through the Annapolis Valley and since being abandoned has been converted to a multi-use trail (hiking, biking, horses, snowmobiles, quads) from Bridgetown to Berwick. There's a three-way junction in the trail in Middleton, where another abandoned rail line goes as far south as New Germany.


Grand Pré memorial church



The town of Digby is well known for its scallops.

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