UPDATE April 14th 2016 - We have a new website promoting Liverpool!

UPDATE April 14th 2016 - We have a new website promoting Liverpool!
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Thursday, 2 June 2011

Outdoorsman - Retire in Liverpool Nova Scotia

Get ready to raise your heart rate. If the scenery doesn’t take your breath away on its own, the multitude of ways to turn a day outdoors into the adventure of a lifetime is sure to get you gasping for air. This is a hiking, cycling, paddling, sailing and just plain playing paradise.

Nova Scotia is the surfing, sailing, fishing, kayaking, hiking, golfing, whale watching and cycling place to be. The world’s highest tides offer thrill rides you won’t find anywhere else. The Medway River's white water rapids will take the rafter for a ride to remember.

Whale watching on the Bay of Fundy where more than 15 species of whales come to flip up their fins in the world’s highest tides each year. Rafting on cresting waves of the Tidal Bore phenomenon is a “spray in your face” memory-making experience for the whole gang. The beaches of the South Shore beckon thrill-seeking surfers ready to brave huge winter swells as well as beginners trying to hang ten for the first time on a sweet summer day. Kayak excursions past shipwrecks and pods of playing porpoise can last for an afternoon or a week.

With  Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Parks – camping and hiking options abound, from hike or paddle-in only wilderness sites, to easy-access family campgrounds. Great golf courses are as plentiful as the parks, with more than 100 courses across every region of the province.

Checkout the guided tours, stay and play packages, and self-guided vacation options for a whole range of ways to make the most of Nova Scotia outdoors.

LIVERPOOL .... for inexpensive, seaside, retirement /
semi-retirement living