Travelling in Cumberland Region

GETTING HERE

One of the best parts about exploring Cumberland is the journey itself. Close to 2 major airports and within driving distance of many other Nova Scotia landmarks, Cumberland Region is the perfect getaway. 

BY CAR

The Cumberland Region of Nova Scotia is best enjoyed by car.  Coming from New Brunswick, Cumberland County is the first county you will enter when you cross the border. Highway 104 will take you through Cumberland and into Colchester County. 

NS Trunk 2 will take you from Amherst to the Fundy Tides part of the Region.

NS Trunk 6 will take you from Amherst to the Northumberland Shore part of the Region.

BY PLANE

The closest airports to Cumberland Region are Halifax Stanfield International Airport and Moncton’s Romeo LeBlanc International Airport.

Halifax – Halifax Stanfied International Airport

Moncton – Greater Moncton Romeo LeBlanc International Airport 

*Please note, Greater Moncton Romeo LeBlanc International Airport is in New Brunswick. Accessing the Cumberland Region from New Brunswick requires crossing the NB/NS border. There are restrictions in place at this time due to Covid-19.