Nova Scotia Marathon
A 50 YEAR HISTORY and THE BEST MARATHON VIEWS IN NOVA SCOTIA
We can't wait to SEA you RUN in 2023!
The Municipality of Barrington welcomes you to the Lobster Capital of Canada! Located on the beautiful south west shore of Nova Scotia we are Nova Scotia's most scenic run! You'll love the rural setting, coastal views and a relatively flat route while enjoying the ocean breeze. The Nova Scotia Marathon offers four distances along the gorgeous coast line, is a Boston Qualifying Marathon and is on the Run Nova Scotia circuit. Are you ready to say SEA ME RUN?
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2023 Nova Scotia Marathon - July 23, 2023
Municipality of Barrington, Nova Scotia, Canada. The municipality is located on the southwest tip of Nova Scotia and has a population of approximately 6994. Fishing and retail are industries in our municipality. We welcome you to the Lobster Capital of Canada.
The marathon route is in a rural setting on a secondary road. The route contains some rolling hills but is basically a flat route. There will be ropes placed on the ground with 6-foot spacing marked on the ropes to ensure physical distance.
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The full marathon was measured in 2019, using the Jones Counter Method.
The half marathon was measured in 2021. Certification #NS-2021-005-BDC
The 6 km & 10 km runs are not certified measured distances.
Accommodations and Food
Sea Me Camp
We now have a limited number of campsites available by the start line!
Campsites are available for one night, July 22 and can be reserved during registration through Race Roster. There is a limit of 4 people per campsite.
You must bring your own tent/RV, we do not have any available for rent.
If you have any questions or would like to make a reservation call 902-905-0328
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For more information on what there is to do while you are on the beautiful South Shore check out Nova Scotia.com
Directions to the Event
Travelling from Yarmouth – follow Highway no. 103 to Barrington, take exit 30, follow Oak Park Road to Highway no. 3. At the stop sign, turn right. Follow the road to the Sherose Island sign. Turn left for Sherose Island. Drive less than 1 k and turn left (uphill) at the Recreation Complex sign.
Travelling from Halifax – follow Highway no. 103 to Barrington, take exit 29, follow Highway no. 3 to the Sherose Island sign. Turn left of Sherose Island. Drive less than 1 k and turn left (uphill) at the Recreation Complex sign.
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