Local Guide to March Break 2022

This March Break, we encourage you to cherish time spent with loved ones through the endless local culinary adventures and staycations our province has to offer. From family friendly adventures to maple activities and recipes to make at home, we’ve got you covered!

March Break Staycation

Sometimes all you need to make a March Break special is simply stepping out of your routine. Booking a Nova Scotia staycation is the perfect way to do so! Try booking winter accommodations at Amherst Shore Country InnArgyler Lodge and Restaurant, Digby Pines Golf Resort & SpaFox Harb’r Resort,  Inn on the LakeInverary ResortLane’s Privateer Inn, Quarterdeck Beachside Villas & GrillThe Flying Apron Inn and Cookery, or White Point Beach Resort.

Family Friendly Activities

Our province has plenty of culinary adventures suitable for the whole family to enjoy. Treat your children to a locally-inspired March Break with some exciting winter activities. Whether it’s skating at Benjamin Bridge‘s outdoor rink, skiing, enjoying snowshoeing at Sugar Moon Farm (pictured) or booking one of Tourism Nova Scotia’s family packages such as a Family Winter Playcation at Inverary Resort! Trust us when we say your kids won’t be disappointed!

Homemade Baking with the family

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With the kids being home and the weather still chilly, it’s the perfect opportunity to get your hands on local and spend some quality time in the kitchen. Whether you’re baking Dark Chocolate and Maple Caramel Oatcakes, Sugar Cookies, or Apple Crisp with Maple Cream, we’re certain you’ll make some sweet memories with your family – it is maple season after all!

For easy baking that the kids can do with minimal supervision, try grabbing a bag of Made With Local Granola Bar Mix during your next grocery shop!

The Flying Apron Inn & Cookery

March Break AND Maple Season? That sounds like a winning combination to us! Grab your family and join the Flying Apron Inn & Cookery for their 8th annual maple brunches on Saturday, March 12th or Sunday, March 13th. This year’s menu features local Cavicchi’s sausages, Oulton’s double smoked bacon, scrambled free run eggs, herb roasted organic potatoes, our signature sweet & spicy baked beans and all you can eat buttermilk pancakes with Nova Scotia maple syrup. Tickets are $23 +HST/person and reservations are highly recommended. Learn more on their Facebook page.

Tap Your Own Maple Tree

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Take advantage of maple season at home by creating an outdoor activity for the whole family. Check out our Tree Tapping 101 Blog to learn all about tapping your own maple trees from Sugar Moon’s own Scott Whitelaw.

Dine Around Extended

Dine Around is extending until March 31st! All month long you can continue to enjoy delicious, specially curated menus from your favourite restaurants. Just make sure to take a look at the Dine Around website starting March 1st to see which restaurants will be participating and who has changed up their menu.

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