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Old 08-24-2015, 08:24 PM   #1
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Camping in Nova Scotia

Anyone ever camped in Nova Scotia? Thinking about summer 2016. Looking for info, suggestions and what to expect!
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I'll be looking for answers to your post. I may be doing the same thing in '16.
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Our first long trip in 2006 was to Nova Scotia. We went without any reservations. Everything was good. Not always with full hook ups .
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We stayed at 6 different CG's in Nova Scotia, some were great, a couple- OK. Do not expect 50A electric, as most are pre-50A RV's, a couple are 15A.
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