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The Nova Scotia Guides' Association was organized at South Milford, Annapolis County, on August 6th, 1909. It was an amalgamation of several county guide associations located in Western Nova Scotia, particularly the counties of Annapolis, Queens, Digby and Yarmouth. These county organizations had been in existence for a number of years prior to the formation of the province wide association in 1909. An Act to Incorporate was passed on May 15, 1920.

Nova Scotia Guides Association

Our Mission
Hunting and fishing guides play a leading role in raising wildlife management awareness and are an essential component in today's adventure tourism industry. It is the N.S.G.A.'s pledge to vigorously promote wildlife conservation and licensed guiding in Nova Scotia and to enthusiastically keep alive the sports, traditions and skills handed down to us by the guides and woodsmen of former years.

NSGA Campground

Our Campground
Situated between two beautiful lakes, our campground has something to offer everyone. Whether you want to escape the hustle and bustle of your busy life, enjoy a family get away, or a weekend with friends, this campground is the place to be.

ALL CAMPERS REGISTERING MUST BE 19 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER. IF UNDER 19, MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN.

 

Find A Licensed Guide

Looking for a Licensed Guide?
Are you looking for a licensed guide? Follow this link to find Licensed Guides in Nova Scotia. If you need a licensed guide, please contact them directly to make arrangements.

If you have any question about specific areas that you may be visiting, please feel free to contact us at info@nsguides.ca and we will try to assist you with your search.



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