|Where To Find Us||
|Areas Served||Nova Scotia|
Description & Services
|Information||This National Historic Site of Canada is a small monument located in the Bloody Creek area, near Bridgetown, Nova Scotia.
"Commemorating two combats between British garrisons of Annapolis Royal and allied French and Indians in the half century of conflict for possession of Acadia: on the north bank of the Annapolis River, 10th June, 1711; and here, 8th December, 1757."
There are no amenities at this location.
From Highway 101, take Exit 21 and continue to Route 201. Bloody Creek National Historic Site is roughly 1.5 km from the exit.
Please visit the website noted above for further information.
|Tags||Annapolis Valley Connect ; National Parks and Historic Sites ; Park ; Recreation Categories ; Tourism|
|Categories - General||Historic Places ; National Parks|