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LIVING IN WALLACE, NOVA SCOTIA
In the original Mi’kmaq language, the fishing and hunting community of Wallace was called Remsheg, meaning “the place between.” Today, remnants of the Mi’kmaq habitation are visible reminders of native and first European settlers, making Wallace, Nova Scotia a seaside village with a diverse cultural heritage.
Located on the northern coastline of Nova Scotia’s Northumberland Strait, our rural area consists of small communities scattered around Wallace Bay and include Fox Harbor, Malagash and Kerrs Mill. Our coastal area is also blessed with all the beauty that comes with unspoiled ocean frontage. While known for beautiful sunrises, our sunsets are equally breathtaking.
Those who share a passion for natural beauty, outdoor experiences and a keen interest in Nova Scotia’s fauna will feel much at home in Wallace. Our rich tidal marshes and other wetlands are a haven for many birds; over 168 species have been identified in the area. For incredible birding opportunities, The Wallace Bay National Wildlife Area is a sanctuary where many can be viewed. Our coastline is a marvellous mixture of rugged cliffs and meandering rivers, providing great opportunities for outdoor adventures including canoeing, kayaking, hiking and even taking a dip in the warm summer waters of our many beaches.
THINGS TO SEE & DO IN THE AREA
PRIVATE WINE TOURS
Jost Vineyard celebrates over 20 years of creating award-winning wines. The 45-acre vineyard carries an exceptional variety of grapes, leading to a superb wine collection. A tour of Jost Vineyards will introduce you to the meticulous process of growing and harvesting grapes, and filtering and bottling of wine.
HIKING & NATURE TRAILS
Hit the back roads and explore kilometres upon kilometres of wilderness and seaside trails, complete with unforgettable vistas at nearly every turn. Discover the Wallace Bay National Wildlife Area Trail, the Wallace and Area Museum Trail or the Sunrise Trail and experience the best this part of Nova Scotia has to offer.
I’ve been part of this community now for 10 years, and every time we go there, we just never want to leave. You pull through those gates at Fox Harb’r and no matter what kind of day you’ve had, your blood pressure instinctively goes down, it’s just a wonderful place.
– Jim Mills
Fox Harb’r Resident