Nova Scotia Culinary Trails

We’ve mapped out your ultimate Nova Scotia culinary road trip!

The 2019 Nova Scotia Good Cheer, Lobster & Chowder Trails are waiting for you. Whether you’re tapping into local craft beverages, cracking open a fresh caught lobster or diving into a bowl of seafood chowder – there’s something for everyone. Follow along for a few regional highlights from Yarmouth to Cape Breton.

South Shore

PHOTO: Tourism Nova Scotia

Picturesque beaches, historic towns, locally sourced seafood and craft beverages. More than 30 trail stops are scattered throughout this region!

Yarmouth & Acadian Shores

PHOTO (The Argyler Lodge & Restaurant): Tourism Nova Scotia

If you’re looking for fresh Nova Scotia seafood and beautiful, small town vibes head to Yarmouth and the Acadian Shores. With stops from all three trails across this region, it’s easy to fill your days with local seafood and drink!

Halifax Metro


Lobster Poutine at Evan’s Seafood

The Halifax region is filled to the brim with amazing seafood and drink options. Grab your passports and an appetite for adventure as you explore the city.

Eastern Shore

If a laid-back lifestyle and ideal surfing conditions are your scene, you’ll want to bring your passports to Nova Scotia’s Eastern Shore. Bonus – there are plenty of seafood and drink options along this coastline too!

Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley

A region known for it’s exceptional Nova Scotia wine, the Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley have many seafood options too!

Northumberland Shore

Let the warm waters of the Northumberland Shore wash away all your worries while you visit trail stops from Amherst to Antigonish!

Cape Breton Island

In Cape Breton you’ll find stunning views, the world famous Cabot Trail, craft beverages and tonnes of fresh seafood.

Visit the links below for a complete list of trail stops.

Good Cheer Trail
Chowder Trail
Lobster Trail

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