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Author:  jerryc [ May 16th, 2015, 6:29 pm ]
Post subject:  paddling Nova Scotia, Windsor area

i am re-locating to the mentioned area and would like to know some opinions if you can? I will be in the Scotch Village/Windsor area and enjoy river paddling and inland lakes mostly in a smallish (13-14 foot kayak). I do some over night stuff but mostly day paddles. What else is being used out there and where is it available i.e. store in that area?

Author:  scoops [ May 18th, 2015, 2:07 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: paddling Nova Scotia, Windsor area

Here is a good place to start...

http://ckns.ca/paddling-routes/canoe-ro ... -handbook/

Author:  jerryc [ May 22nd, 2015, 7:08 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: paddling Nova Scotia, Windsor area

very helpful. Thanks. I am not bringing any boats with me so I will need to purchase. I need recommendations on a trustworthy, stand behind your products store, and good boat recommendations. Help please!!!

Author:  scoops [ May 22nd, 2015, 7:30 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: paddling Nova Scotia, Windsor area

Decent guy, sells Nova Craft. 16' Prospector in Royalex for our boney rivers, still decent on the lakes.

http://www.oldcreel.com/canoes.html

Author:  TWOIFBYSEA [ July 3rd, 2015, 9:26 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: paddling Nova Scotia, Windsor area

Panuke lake off off a uke road in windsor is the longest lake in Nova scotia I believe and about a 5-7. Hour paddle to the end and it gets fairly remote - its a beautiful lake. There is also kayaking options under the damn as well you can access off of salmon hope dam road.

http://twoifbysea.webs.com/apps/blog/sh ... canoe-trip

If you want even more remote five mile lake near ellerhouse is another big lake withit wot of traffic and fairly remote.

Card lake (card lake provincial park) is a small lake that you can spend a day on- no motor boat traffic and no cottages at the end of the lake it's a very beautiful paddle. If water levels are low lots of sandy beach areas a (lots of leeches if you plan to swim)

http://twoifbysea.webs.com/apps/blog/sh ... canoe-trip

I have canoed I keji and done wilderness canoeing in Algonquin park and trust me the above lakes are as remote as you can get in the windsor area and worth the paddle!

Author:  Coureur [ February 2nd, 2016, 10:13 am ]
Post subject:  Re: paddling Nova Scotia, Windsor area

Hi Jerry,
I also just moved to Windsor. I also suggest Old Creel. Great place. I am looking into spots to canoe around Winsdor as I am mostly familiar with the Halifax/Prospect area. Maybe we can meet up after the thaw and explore together? My wife and I ususally do a few multi day trips but we have a new baby so I'm looking at a few solo day trips.
I'll try to send a pm.

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