Find a Farmers’ Market near your camp and add local to your weekend menu.
Whether its honey, chutney and jam; or freshly picked peaches, blueberries and apples, here’s a map every glamper should see:
Camping in the Valley, there are markets in Windsor, Wolfville, Kentville, Harbourville and Kingston.
For campers along Northhumberland Shore, there are four markets to choose from including Tatamagouche and New Glasgow or if travelling Sat. morning, stop enroute at Truro Farmers’ Market in downtown Truro.
Cape Breton’s seven farmers’ markets are well-distributed around the island, South Shore is abundant for choice and there are two in Yarmouth area.
For those leaving Halifax on a Friday, Seaport Farmers’ Market is open throughout the week and Hammonds Plains Farmers’ Market is a new member of the co-op (not yet on the map and located on Kearney Lake Road, not Hammonds Plains Road, as marked in the brochure) and operates Thursday afternoons — perfect for pre-departure shopping and prep.
Looking for campsites in Nova Scotia, Camping Nova Scotia has an interactive map of private campgrounds.
For a list of provincial parks see: Parks Nova Scotia and for info on Nova Scotia’s National Park, Kejimkujik, see Parks Canada website.
What’s in our glamping pantry this month? See tomorrow’s post Farmers’ Market Week and groceries glamping-style or take a browse through our growing recipe section.