Joggins Fossil Cliffs are located along the Fundy coast in Nova Scotia, Canada. This area is the best known location to see fossils from the Coal Age - about 100 Million years prior to the Dinosaurs. Because of this rarity, it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008.
The Ovens Natural Park is located about 1.5 hours from Halifax, Nova Scotia near the town of Lunenburg. "The Ovens" are actually Sea Caves that have formed in the side of the cliffs. Check out the video to see this beautiful area!
Check out our second of two YouTube videos at Kejimkujik National Park in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Here we explore the beautiful lake next to our Rustic Cabin and have a fire building competition! Who won? Check it out to see!
Check out our first of two YouTube videos at Kejimkujic National Park in Nova Scotia, Canada
Oakfield Provincial Park is a beautiful park in Nova Scotia, Canada. Check out our adventures around here in these YouTube videos.