Southwest Nova Scotia
Come for the fish and stay for the seafood. All season long, fish smallmouth bass and pickerel in the many wilderness lakes. Southwest Nova Scotia is known for its world-famous hard-shell lobster and Digby scallops, as well as the best white sand beaches in the province. Book a stay at White Point Lodge, Digby Pines, or Trout Point Lodge, or stay close to nature by camping in Kejimkujik National Park. This fishing area is accessible by ferry from the US and New Brunswick, so what are you waiting for? Pack your fishing gear, fill up your tank, and hit the road.