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Wide Open Wilderness Family Campground

11129 Highway 215,
Urbania,
Nova Scotia,
Canada
,
B0N 2H0

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Tel: (902) 261-2228

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Town: Urbania

A family campground situated on the banks of Nova Scotia’s largest river, the beautiful Shubenacadie. The Shubie experiences the highest recorded tides in the world, and is famous for massive tidal bores. Bald Eagles nest along the river and sightings are very common. Our look off provides a spectacular view of both Eagles and the tidal bore.

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Places near by Urbania

  • Urbania ( approx 2 km )
  • South Maitland ( approx 3 km )
  • Beaver Brook ( approx 6 km )
  • Latties Brook ( approx 7 km )
  • Maitland ( approx 7 km )
  • Selma ( approx 8 km )
  • Stewiacke ( approx 9 km )
  • Old Barns ( approx 9 km )
  • Brookfield ( approx 9 km )
  • Hilden ( approx 9 km )
  • Lower Selma ( approx 10 km )
  • Stewiacke East ( approx 10 km )
  • Lower Truro ( approx 10 km )
  • Shubenacadie ( approx 11 km )
  • Masstown ( approx 11 km )
  • Truro ( approx 12 km )
  • Glenholme ( approx 13 km )
  • Onslow ( approx 13 km )
  • Bible Hill ( approx 14 km )
  • Kennetcook ( approx 14 km )
  • East Gore ( approx 15 km )
  • Debert ( approx 15 km )
  • Gays River ( approx 15 km )
  • Nine Mile River ( approx 15 km )
  • Murray's Siding ( approx 15 km )
  • Great Village ( approx 15 km )

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