Meadow Ridge Campground
2561 Ridge Road Digby, Nova Scotia
This was a really good campsite Chessey. It is quite large with lots to do for the kids and a great trail for dogs. For the kids there is a pool and a playground including a bouncy castle.
People were very friendly, and we enjoyed walking around the campsite as well as the trail. So I guess that answers our first question Is there a trail close by to walk?
Boy is there, in among the woods there is a trail put in there about a km which winds around the trees and you can go in different directions. It is great to walk there. As well we walked around the campsite and one part is right by a hay field, it’s pretty..
Of course, no responsible dog would go there because it is private property.
Chessey, you don’t need to cause of the great trail.
Is there a dedicated dog place to run without a leash and chase a ball or better yet a stick?
We ran on the trail, and we didn’t run into people.
And if we did, we put our leashes on.
Is there a place to swim? Well there is a nice-looking pond, but people seemed to be fishing so we didn’t go in there.
Is there a private spot to do you know your doggy business?
The trail Chessey! We had our poop bags and we cleaned it up, but it was private. We have some pictures of the campsite, so I hope everyone enjoys them.
This campsite is located in a great spot to visit lots of...
Karen has a blog called Municipality of the District of Clare, and you can find the link HERE.
There are lots of great places, Mom talks about in the blog, like the beautiful big churches, Meteghan and Saulnierville Wharf's with lots of great pictures of the fishing boats.
Also, Major’s Point Historical Site which is where Acadia's found refuge and escaped deportation. An important tragedy in Acadian Canadian history.
More of a drive away but a special place to visit is Brier Island. You get to drive along the beautiful Digby Neck and..
Take 2 car ferries. So much to do on Brier Island so look for Mom’s blog and the link is right HERE