East Chezzetcook, Nova Scotia

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East Chezzetcook in Nova Scotia

East Chezzetcook (English: /ˈɛzəkʊk/ ) [1] is a rural community on the Eastern Shore of the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia on the East Chezzetcook Road off of Trunk 7. This small French fishing village is home to many descendant Acadians.

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Parks and Recreation

The Long Beach Provincial Park and Conrod's Beach is located in this community. Conrod's Beach is not maintained by any government or person. The Nathan Smith Park is also located here. In Spring 2020, the Gaetz Brook Greenway opened, beginning in East Chezzetcook. The rail trail was completed by SATA Trails. The trail ends in Musquodoboit Harbour and can be accessed by the Gaetz Brook Legion, Gaetz Brook Junior High School, Pine Hill Drive and Stat Hill Road.

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References

  1. The Canadian Press (2017), The Canadian Press Stylebook (18th ed.), Toronto: The Canadian Press

Coordinates: 44°43′08″N63°13′47″W / 44.71889°N 63.22972°W / 44.71889; -63.22972