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Discover the wonders within Cumberland

Home to scenic views and unexpected indulgences, the Cumberland Region of Nova Scotia is home to three distinct sub-regions - Fundy Tides, Wentworth Valley, and Northumberland Shores—each offering unique and rewarding experiences at every turn. Explore some of our featured destinations from the world's highest tides, dramatic views, whales, wildlife, fossils and so much more.

Visit for the most up-to-date opportunities to explore our area.


Front Cover webYour guide to the ultimate Nova Scotia Road Trip - featuring 12 amazing day trips in Cumberland! What's on your Nova Scotia bucketlist?

  • world's highest tides
  • beach days
  • lobster feasts
  • lighthouses
  • waterfall hikes
  • winery tours
  • galleries museums

You'll find all this and more! Download the visitor guide and map here.


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Unlock the beauty of Cumberland County, Nova Scotia with our guide to top hiking trails!

From rugged coastlines to lush forests, discover breathtaking vistas and unforgettable experiences. Whether you're an avid hiker or nature enthusiast, follow our curated list to explore Nova Scotia's wilderness. Let us be your guide to adventure in Cumberland County on your next outdoor hiking experience. 

  • Trails are dog friendly. Keep dogs on a leash and remember to pick up after your pets.
  • Don't forget your water bottle and bug spray.
  • Check for ticks after your hike, especially during high seasons in the fall and spring.
  • Safety first. Don't hike alone. Be sure to tell someone where you are going and when you expect to be back.
  • Remember, pack it in and pack it out. Respect wildlife and nature by disposing of your waste properly.
  • Join Cumberland Trails on their next hiking adventure. They offer guided hikes all year long!


Download our Hiking Guide here.


Relocation GuideConsidering making the move to Cumberland? 


We have farmers’ markets, award-winning vineyards, outdoor adventures, and activities for the whole family. We are surrounded by picturesque beaches, rugged coastlines, hidden waterfalls and scenic hiking trails. We have hardly any traffic, extremely low crime rates, and daily sunsets that will take your breath away. You can experience all four spectacular seasons, and do so while enjoying outstandingly affordable real estate, low cost of living, a world-class quality of life, and a community that will welcome you with open arms.


Click here to see our Relocation Guide.


Still not convinced? Visit to discover the wonders within your new backyard and Join Us in Cumberland to see more!



Parrsboro FrontCoverDiscover Parrsboro, Nova Scotia


Pjila'si to Parrsboro! Once known as Awokum by the Mi'kmaq people, representing a "short-cut" or "passing over point" for Mi'kmaq travellers along the Minas Basin and Cumberland County river systems.

Parrsboro is the ideal place to explore and experience the rise and fall of the world's highest tides. The tides aren't the only big deal here. Parrsboro is where Canada's oldest dinosaurs once roamed and is also home to many Cliffs of Fundy UNESCO Global Geopark sites, along with fine craft brew, quaint shops and welcoming people. 

Click here to see the Explore Cumberland Parrsboro brochure.




RackCard 1RackCard 2Cumberland is Nova Scotia's best kept secret!


There are an incredible range of experiences here just waiting to be discovered.


We welcome visitors from across Canada, the United States and across the world to discover the wonders within Cumberland, from hidden gems off the beaten track, unforgetable sunsets over warm water beaches and the world's highest tides.


You can find Cumberland rack cards at Visitor Information Centres located at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport, Moncton International Airport, Yarmouth and Bar Harbour Ferry Terminals and at border crossings in both Edmunston and Woodstock.


If you would like to receive rack cards for your visitor information centre outside of Nova Scotia, please contact us by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.