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Kingston Nova Scotia is a small village located in the Annapolis valley. Kingston was once known as Kingston Station. Kingston was located on the Halifax/Yarmouth main line, meaning that Kingston Nova Scotia was a focal point for local services and light manufacturing. The Dominion Atlantic Railway stopped through Kingston regularly.
Kingston Nova Scotia is still know for its apple growing industry, which has a growing retail district, thanks in large part to the completion of highway 101. Kingston is closely situated to Greenwood, and at times, the locals call their home town "Kingston-Greenwood." Greenwood has been lucky: in 1941, Greenwood was named the site for the Royal Air Force, today known as the Royal Canadian Air Force.
Activities in Kingston include golfing, canoeing, kayaking, and recreational facilities include tennis courts, basketball courts, beach volleyball, baseball diamonds, ice rinks and playgrounds. The Clairmont Provincial Park is nearby, as are scenic walking trails. Kingston Nova Scotia is located 140 km (87 mi.) northeast of Halifax.
Kingston Nova Scotia accommodations include bed and breakfasts, inns, cottages, resorts and campgrounds.
|Bramble Lane Farm & Cottage||Hotel||Kingston||437 Brooklyn St|
|Comfort Inn New Glasgow||Hotel||Kingston||740 Westville Rd.|
|Yogi Bear's Camp Resort||RV/Camping||Kingston||43 Boo Boo Blvd|