Yarmouth County is in the South Shore region of Nova Scotia, Canada. Yarmouth County boasts both traditional Anglo-Scottish and Acadian French culture as well as significant inland wilderness areas, including over 365 lakes and several major rivers.
Yarmouth Airport (IATA: YQI). The airport has two runways, two taxiways and separate parking aprons for both commercial and general aviation. There is a Category I instrument landing system (ILS), a VHF omnidirectional range/distance measuring equipment (VOR/DME) and a non-directional beacon (NDB). The airport property has 3.16 km (1.2 mi) of easily accessible, industrial real estate. Avgas and Jet Fuel are available. The Tower is manned 24-7. 
Cape Forchu Lightstation. Located at the tip of scenic Cape Forchu, approximately 10 minutes from the Town of Yarmouth, the Cape Forchu Lightstation is home to the first “applecore” style lighthouse with its 75 feet of statuesque beauty. This towering beacon sits atop picturesque volcanic rocks and has guided vessels safely into the Yarmouth Harbour since 1840.
Today, it’s a great place to have a picnic on the 19 acres of well groomed grounds, enjoy tea by the sea and a cold lobster sandwich in Mama G's Oceanview Treats Café (seasonal, Wed. through Sun., 12 to 4 pm); visit the museum and walk the shorelines enjoying the views and crisp salty air of the Yarmouth Harbour.
The leisurely country drive to the Lightstation takes you through magnificent ocean side scenery and coastal communities to experience a part of Nova Scotia that is seacoast, fog, beaches, fishing vessels, working fishing villages and shanties, unpredictable water and tides and breathtaking sunsets.
In 1604, Samuel de Champlain discovered this forked tongue of land that he named, Cap Forchu, meaning forked cape. Now it is your turn to come discover what the excitement is all about! 
Sweeney Fisheries Museum. 112 Water Street, Yarmouth. Step across the threshold and back in time at the W. Laurence Sweeney Fisheries Museum. Explore the Sweeney marine heritage through unique exhibits: a simulation of a traditional fishing wharf, complete with fishing, processing and ship repair sheds, wharf decks and even a coastal freighter. 
Yarmouth County Museum & Archives. Collins Street, Yarmouth.  Also managed by the Yarmouth Historical Society are the Pelton Fuller House (Collins Street) and the Killam Brothers Shipping Office (90 Water Street).
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Yarmouth Branch. Main Street, Yarmouth. 
Tobeatic Wilderness Reserve, Yarmouth County. A huge, pristine wilderness area can be accessed from East Kemptville, Argyle Muncipality, Yarmouth County. Nearby accommodation is Trout Point Lodge.
Chebogue Salt Marsh and Chebogue Point. The largest salt-water marshland in the province was once the home of a major Acadian French settlement.
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River Bend Lodge B&B and the Cottages, , 72 Trout Point Road, East Kemptville (902) 482-8360.
A luxury bed & breakfast with cottage rentals open year round, adjacent to the Tobeatic Wilderness Area and the Tusket River. Rated 4.5 stars by Canada Select.
Rodd Colony Harbour Inn Yarmouth, , 6 Forest Street (902) 742-9194.
Rated 3 stars by Canada Select
Rodd Grand Hotel Yarmouth, , 417 Main Street (902) 742-2446.
Rated 4 stars by Canada Select.
Trout Point Lodge of Nova Scotia, , 189 Trout Point Road, East Kemptville, Yarmouth County, (902) 482-8360.
A wilderness lodge on two rivers outside of the Town of Yarmouth lies adjacent to the Tobeatic Wilderness Area and offers outdoor recreation, guided fishing & kayaking, cooking classes, and wine tastings. Inspected and recommended by Conde Nast Johansens. Rated 4.5 stars by Canada Select and 5 Green Keys by the Hotel Association of Canada (eco-rating)
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