Sunset at King Neptune Campground, Nova Scotia

Once set up at our ocean front site at King Neptune Campground we sat down and enjoyed the obligatory cuppa tea, enjoying the abundant ocean views and listening to the lapping of the waves rolling onto the shore. Was the 5,000+ drive worth it, a resounding yes, we could easily stay here for ever, well at least until it gets cold in a few weeks.

After a quick dinner at the restaurant in Peggys Cove we returned to the campground to enjoy the sunset. In no particular order are a few of the photographs I took. Enjoy!

Sunset at our site

Sunset at our site

Sunset at King Neptune Campground by Peggys Cove

Sun setting at campground close to Peggys Cove

Setting sun with light bursts at campground

Setting sun with light bursts at campground

Judi at sunset

Judi at sunset

Door side at King Neptune Campground close to Peggys Cove

Door side at King Neptune Campground close to Peggys Cove

And finally, photographing sunset is thirsty work, so the obligatory glass of a local IPA awaits.

Sun setting into a pint of local IPA

Sun setting into a pint of local IPA

 

 

2 thoughts on “Sunset at King Neptune Campground, Nova Scotia

  1. Oh yes! Peggy’s Cove. It was my personal favorite stop from a trip that took us all the way to Digby NS down to Florida and then back along the Gulf of Mexico through New Mexico to our home in Arizona.
    Happy Travels

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