Although you may plan your camping in Nova Scotia trip around the beauty of the region, while there, you can also make it a culinary vacation. Think first of seafood that lives up to its reputation. It starts with lobster, which you’ll find at a beach bonfire, at a wharf-side bistro, or in a fine dining setting. Try the Digby scallops that are plump and sweet. Order mussels steamed with wine, garlic, and lemon. Campgrounds in Nova Scotia will get you close to great restaurants and award-winning wineries.
Nova Scotia celebrated its 300th anniversary of grape-growing in 2010. No matter where you live, you may have already enjoyed Nova Scotia wines like