Marine Drive (Nova Scotia)

The Marine Drive is a designated scenic route along Nova Scotia's Eastern Shore. It closely follows the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and the Strait of Canso from the Canso Causeway to the junction of Route 322 and Highway 111 in Dartmouth.[2]

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Marine Drive
Route information
Length414 km[1] (257 mi)
16 km (10 mi) spur to Canso
Component
highways
Major junctions
West endDartmouth
East end Hwy 104 (TCH) / Trunk 4 in Auld's Cove
Location
CountiesHalifax Regional Municipality, Guysborough County
Highway system
Provincial highways in Nova Scotia

List of HighwaysEdit

 
Jeddore Oyster Ponds

List of CommunitiesEdit

 
West Chezzetcook
 
Ecum Secum

ParksEdit

To see more, visit: Tourism on the Eastern Shore (Nova Scotia)

  • Port Shoreham Beach Provincial Park
  • Boylston Provincial Park
  • Tor Bay Provincial Park
  • Salsman Provincial Park
  • Sherbrooke Provincial Park
  • Marie Joseph Provincial Park
  • Taylor Head Provincial Park
  • Spry Bay Provincial Park
  • Clam Harbour Beach Provincial Park
  • Martinique Beach Provincial Park
  • Porters Lake Provincial Park
  • Lawrencetown Beach Provincial Park
  • Rainbow Haven Beach Provincial Park
  • McNabs and Lawlor's Island Provincial Park
  • Bissett Road Trail
  • Cole Harbour-Lawrencetown Coastal Heritage Park System
  • Moser River Interpretive Trail
  • Musquodoboit Trail System
  • Moser River Seaside Park
  • Tangier Grand Lake Wilderness Area
  • West River Sheet Harbour Picnic Park
  • McCormick's Beach

MuseumsEdit

To see more, visit: Tourism on the Eastern Shore (Nova Scotia)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Google (April 24, 2020). "Marine Drive" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved April 24, 2020.
  2. ^ Scenic Roadways Locator Map (PDF) (Map). 1:1,100,000. Province of Nova Scotia. 2019.