The dark storm clouds are reflected across the tranquil waters of the St. Mary's River in the town of Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia as the sunset lighting begins to disappear over the horizon. From the campground in the town of Sherbrooke, the sunset scenery is stunning. Visitors have pulled up their canoe for the evening until the first light of morning brings on a new day.
The campground is situated along the banks of the St. Mary's River giving people ample space to leave their canoe after exploring the hidden sites along the banks. The river runs through Guysborough County and Pictou County spanning a distance of 250 kilometers, one of the longest rivers in Nova Scotia, Canada.
While staying at the St Mary's Campground, one can enjoy the beautiful sunsets while sitting back with one's feet up at the campsite. A place which offers tranquility for all those who visit the town of Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia.... continue below the picture...
Canoe at sunset over the St Mary's River seen from the St Mary's Riverside Campground in the town of Sherbrooke along the Marine Drive, Highway 7, Nova Scotia, Canada.