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Along Northeast Canada’s beachside ambiance of Nova Scotia, the quiet village of Yarmouth is home to a vibrant small town ambiance made scenic by off-shore islands and ferries departing from the bayside Water Street. Cruise ships are not allowed to dock in Yarmouth, though small boats can tender passengers ashore with ease, making the warm-up process especially simple. Public transportation is sparse in the immediate area, save for a few bus routes and the Yarmouth Ferry Terminal. For the freedom to get through each corner of the artsy seaside town, reserve a private rental instead, looking forward to quiet drives into the historic Milton neighborhood via sedan, or gaining enough room to bring everyone to a nearby park via SUV and chartered bus. Meet-and-greet services offer the most convenience, not only through the helpful local personal drivers who know where to grab the best wharf-side seafood but the ability to show up commitment-free to diners, parks and Main Street entertainment in a taxi.
From rural paths to urban folklore, the best way to enjoy the area is through its closest landmarks along the water. Walking-distance locales perfect spending the entire afternoon include the relaxing Yarmouth County Rail Trail, a miles-long path starting at the Yarmouth Ferry Terminal and going well beyond the city limits, into the quiet pine-lined fjords and scenic boardwalk paths of Tusket Falls Walking Trail, and continuing through the rural ponds that parallel surreal Nova Scotia coastline. For something more modest, look forward to a handful of unique exhibits throughout the small town, including the nautical-filled W. Laurence Sweeney Fisheries Museum, plus local history told through Victorian-era artifacts and stories in The Yarmouth County Museum and Archives. Before retiring back to the ship, consider dinner along the town’s idyllic Main Street, the most popular option being the Cape Cod seafood from Skipper Restaurant and Chowder House, as well as the upscale New England menu of Yarmouth House.