victoria park

Victoria Park is one of Truro's greatest assets - a natural woodland park of roughly 1,000 acres in the center of town. The park is home to walking/cycling trails, waterfalls, a bandshell, playground and splashpad, swimming pool, canteen and more!


Downtown truro

Downtown Truro is where you get a true sense of Truro’s history, culture and community pride. It’s where you’ll find unique shopping and dining experiences that are enhanced by warm, east coast hospitality and top notch service. Downtown Truro offers the best of both worlds – small town ambiance combined with a full range of shops, services and recreational opportunities. Downtown offers a unique mix of local businesses – shops, restaurants, cafés and professional services – owned by the people who call Truro home. With museums, art galleries, a premiere cultural centre, a state of the art new library and civic square, as well as being steps away from the beautiful Victoria Park, it is clear that Downtown Truro appeals to residents and visitors alike.



Located on the warm waters of Northumberland Strait, Tatamagouche is close to beautiful beaches, golf courses, and a ski hill, as well as being a destination for hunting, fishing, and off road enthusiasts.

Offering a wide range of things to see and do for our many visitors, such as Tatamagouche Brewing Company, The Train Station Inn and Appleton Chocolates, as well as a long list of amenities to our residents, Tatamagouche is a self-sufficient and growing community.








Home to the highest tides in the world, the Bay of Fundy is among the seven natural wonders of North America. The most extreme tidal environment on earth has carved a masterpiece to explore.  Walk (or run) the ocean floor at low tide; discover lighthouses, incredible cliffs, fossils, and the oldest dinosaur bones in Canada; view our tidal bore phenomenon; or experience the one-of-a-kind thrill of tidal river rafting – all minutes from your central home base in the Truro and Colchester region of Nova Scotia.



2016 Best of the East, Progress Magazine 

Truro-Colchester Winners:

Best Trail for a Stroll or Jog: Victoria Park

Best Local Coffee Shop:  NovelTea Bookstore Café

Best Place for Quiet Drinks and Conversation: The Nook and Cranny Brew Pub

Best Atlantic Beer: Tatamagouche Brewing Hippie Dippie Pale Ale


Truro-Colchester Finalists:

Best Museum: Colchester Historeum

Best Public Space and Drop-dead Views for a Picnic: Victoria Park

Best Place for a Breakfast Brainstorm and Best Local Coffee Shop: Jimolly’s

Best Restaurant for the Whole Family: Frank and Gino’s

Best Spa: Wink Day Spa

Best Place to Buy a Thank-you Gift: Pearl & Daisy