Liverpool lies in the heart of the Region of Queens Municipality, which is made up of 40 unique communities within the county; which incorporates approximately 220 km of coastline, hundreds of walking trails and a variety of winter sport activities. The shoreline is populates withe a number of historical villages where settlers first came to inhabit this province in the early 1700s.
Liverpool, the county seat of Queens County, was founded by the New England Planters in 1759. It was during the outbreak of the American Revolution that Liverpool severed its ties with the American Colonies.
Queens County contains the Seaside Adjunct near Port Joil and Port Mouton as well as substantial portions of Kejimkujik National Park. Kejimkujik National Park. Kejimkujik, located just outside the picturesque communities of Maitland Bridge and Kempt, is a paradise for naturalists and fun-loving campers alike. The park offers beautiful campsites, and contains many rare species of wildlife within its boundaries.
Queens County is almost 1/4 water - hundreds of lakes, including chain lakes and the Mersey River ( the largest river in NS). For the whitewater enthusiasts is the Medway River at Bangs Falls and Keji National Park, a canoeists paradise.
And always the Atlantic Ocean
is ever washing our shores
Surfing Nova Scotia, Western Head
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