The Tobeatic Wilderness Area is the largest, most remote and untouched wilderness in Nova Scotia's Parks and Protected Areas Systems Plan. We recognize it as "true wilderness", where wilderness values are to be cherished and maintained.

Nova Scotia Environment promotes Keep It Wild: A Guide For Low Impact Recreation in Nova Scotia's Wilderness Areas. You can download the guide here.

When exploring the Tobeatic, leave it undisturbed for other travellers and for future generations. We encourage everyone to practise the internationally accepted principles of Leave No Trace. You can learn more at Leave No Trace Canada.

Here are a few simple Leave No Trace principles you can follow:

I have also provided information for Kejimkujik National Park and Annapolis County Canoe Routes. Leave No Trace principles also apply to these areas, so please be conscious of your impact on the land, and minimize it. Leave Nothing But Footprints.

Report any damage to the environment or illegal activity to:

Sally Steele, Protected Areas - Western Region
60 Logan Road, Bridgewater, NS B4V 3J8


Debra Ryan, Recreation Manager
271 Granville Street, PO Box 609, Bridgetown, NS B0S 1C0

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Data Sources: Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources
Last Updated: January 2020 | © TODD Graphic