A trip around the Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island is an absolute must if you're going to Nova Scotia. Truly spectacular views and nice hiking. We also really enjoyed the Fortress of Louisbourg. We stayed at the North Sydney KOA as a base on Cape Breton. You could also stay at a campground in the Baddeck area.
We spent 3 days in the Halifax area, too. From the Halifax West KOA, we toured to Peggy's Cove and Lunenburg which are quaint, picturesque little towns with lots of history.
Try to make time to go to Hopewell Rocks on the New Brunswick shore of the Bay of Fundy where you'll see the highest tides in the world. The tides rise and fall by as much as 40+ feet.
2019 Rockwood Signature 8290BS, Reese Revolution pinbox and B&W Patriot 18K hitch
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