Fall in Nova Scotia is a beautiful sight to behold, the trees begin to change colors, natures beauty is truly revealed. Here are some great places to experience fall in the Annapolis Valley, but there are many more. We invite you to find your favourite spots and share them with us on Facebook or comment below
Kejimkujik National Park
This inland park in southern Nova Scotia is shared between three regions: Fundy Shore & Annapolis Valley, Yarmouth & Acadian Shores, and the South Shore. Wherever you go in the park, you are sure to experience beautiful lakes, rivers and falls, surrounded by autumn foliage.
The wild blueberry fields of Parrsboro
Those delicious blueberry fields, so famous in this area on the Bay of Fundy, give way to the most vibrant red fields in the fall. Be sure to stop in and explore the Fundy Geological Museum in the area and grab a few pictures of the high and low tides as well.
Vineyards in the Annapolis Valley
Green vineyards against a backdrop of colourful autumn trees. Apple orchards, pumpkin patches, farmers’ markets, there is a lot to explore during the fall in the Annapolis Valley. See a list of vineyards here.
The Windsor Pumpkin Regatta is an annual water race held in October on Lake Pisaquid in Windsor, Nova Scotia. The course is a half mile (800 m) from start to finish. The race features brightly coloured giant pumpkins as the sole means of flotation.
The race was founded in 1999 by Danny Dill, son of Howard Dill, breeder of the Atlantic Giant pumpkin.
For more information and a schedule of events visit: http://worldsbiggestpumpkins.com/