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* Tobeatic Wilderness Area
 
* Tobeatic Wilderness Area
 
* The French Shore
 
* The French Shore
* [[Kemptville (Nova Scotia)]]
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* Kemptville
  
 
==Understand==
 
==Understand==
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*'''Highway 103 - North Shore'''  
 
*'''Highway 103 - North Shore'''  
 
''Yarmouth to [[Halifax (Nova Scotia)|Halifax]]''
 
''Yarmouth to [[Halifax (Nova Scotia)|Halifax]]''
*'''Highway 203 - South Shore Inland [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nova_Scotia_Route_203]'''  
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*'''Highway 203 - South Shore Inland'''  
''Scenic drive from [[Shelburne (Nova Scotia)]] through Kemptville to Carleton, near Yarmouth''
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''Scenic drive from[[Shelburne (Nova Scotia)]] to Carleton, near Yarmouth''
 
* Many other scenic routes including old Hwy 1 and old Hwy 3.
 
* Many other scenic routes including old Hwy 1 and old Hwy 3.
  
 
===By Bus===
 
===By Bus===
  
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'''The Green Shuttle'''
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902-749-6295
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Atlantic Canada's first Eco-Friendly Shuttle Service offering shuttle service between Yarmouth and Halifax/Dartmouth Nova Scotia.  Service 7 days a week. http://www.greenshuttle.ca
  
 
'''Campbell's Shuttle Service'''
 
'''Campbell's Shuttle Service'''
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http://www.thecloudnineshuttle.com
 
http://www.thecloudnineshuttle.com
  
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===By Ferry===
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*'''The Cat''', 58 Water Street, Phone: ''+1 902'' 742-6800, [http://www.catferry.com/ The Cat Ferry]. (Catamaran), "North America's fastest car ferry" is located on Water Street in downtown Yarmouth.  The ferry provides service to and from [[Bar Harbor]] and [[Portland (Maine)|Portland]] [[Maine]] between May 31 and October 12, 2009. Between May 31- July 3, 2009 and September 8 - October 12, 2009 there is service 6 days a week, excluding Wednesdays. July 4- September 7, 2009 there is service 7 days a week, with Bar Harbor sailings on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesday and Portland sailings all other days.
  
 
===By Air===
 
===By Air===
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From the Visitor Information Centre in Yarmouth, turn left onto Main Street heading North. Turn left turn onto Hwy 304 south, Vancouver Street (horse statue at intersection). Turn left on Leif Erikson Dr., stay on Hwy 304 until the very end; the road ends at Cape Forchu.</do>
 
From the Visitor Information Centre in Yarmouth, turn left onto Main Street heading North. Turn left turn onto Hwy 304 south, Vancouver Street (horse statue at intersection). Turn left on Leif Erikson Dr., stay on Hwy 304 until the very end; the road ends at Cape Forchu.</do>
 
*<do name="Yarmouth, Wilderness, &amp; Shelburne" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nova_Scotia_Route_203" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Combine a visit to the seaport of Yarmouth & Cape Forchu, with an exploration of the Tobeatic Wilderness Area, and a conclusion in Shelburne's charming 18th century historic district. Primary road is Hwy. 203. Start in Yarmouth, take the Sea Captain's Home Heritage Walk and explore Main Strret. Drive to Carleton and then Kemptville, overnight accommodation at Trout Point Lodge in East Kemptville, adjacent to the Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Then drive on Hwy. 203 along the border of the beautiful wilderness area, see rivers, upland bogs, and granite barrens. Conclude in Shelburne, a Loyalist town with a rich history. Overnight accommodation at Cooper's Inn. </do>
 
*<do name="Yarmouth, Wilderness, &amp; Shelburne" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nova_Scotia_Route_203" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Combine a visit to the seaport of Yarmouth & Cape Forchu, with an exploration of the Tobeatic Wilderness Area, and a conclusion in Shelburne's charming 18th century historic district. Primary road is Hwy. 203. Start in Yarmouth, take the Sea Captain's Home Heritage Walk and explore Main Strret. Drive to Carleton and then Kemptville, overnight accommodation at Trout Point Lodge in East Kemptville, adjacent to the Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Then drive on Hwy. 203 along the border of the beautiful wilderness area, see rivers, upland bogs, and granite barrens. Conclude in Shelburne, a Loyalist town with a rich history. Overnight accommodation at Cooper's Inn. </do>
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*<do name="Bike Route, Cape Forchu" alt="" address="Town of Yarmouth" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">The road out to Cape Forchu Lightstation twists and turns, offering dozens of spots for photographers. The route hugs the ocean, and passes through an active fishing village in John’s Cove. There are several stops to pull over and rest, or to explore the coastline. The lightstation itself at the end of the route is the 2nd most photographed in Nova Scotia.
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From the Visitor Information Centre in Yarmouth, turn left onto Main Street heading North. Turn left turn onto Hwy 304 south, Vancouver Street (horse statue at intersection). Turn left on Leif Erikson Dr., stay on Hwy 304 until the very end; the road ends at Cape Forchu.</do>
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==Eat==
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