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Old 02-07-2019, 11:51 AM   #4
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
State: Nova Scotia
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Originally Posted by Karel_C View Post
Hey guys,

Hope you can offer your advice.

Planning for a vacation in summer to Nova Scotia from NY with my family. We want to travel by our RV. I bought my Tundra last year at a great deal and Iím yet to mark a journey on it. I purchased camper tie downs and some camping supplies from RV Parts for my Northstar 650 camper. I and my wife love trekking, so we bought trekking gear too along with some kitchen supplies and attractive barbecue cooktop. We are planning for a 12-day trip. Since we both know how to drive, we hope to make the trip to Nova Scotia in a day. Are there any formalities we require to fulfill before we begin our trip?
I have looked for outdoor activities in Nova Scotia, and some attractive tour packages from their website. But we love to explore the unexplored attractions of a place. So if you guys have been there, could you suggest me places which are not known to many but safe to go to? And places need to be RV friendly too if possible.
A copy of the Doers and Dreamers Guide from will give you lots of information. The Cabot Trail provides lots of opportunities for trekking. The South Shore, otherwise known as the Lighthouse Route skirts the ocean and is a favourite of mine. If you have any specific questions, don’t hesitate to ask. Although I am a “snowbird” currently in Florida, I will be back home in Nova Scotia mid April.
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