Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada rests on the southern banks of the Salmon River floodplain on the eastern side of Cobequid Bay.
Activities most enjoyed in the community and surrounding areas include hiking, walking tours, sightseeing, river rafting, biking, cycling, golfing, picnicking, boating, sailing, kayaking, horseback riding, golfing, xc skiing, downhill skiing and snowboarding.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations in the region includes the Cobequid Trail, Victoria Park, Five Islands Lighthouse, Truro-Bible Hill Off-Leash Dog Park, Joseph Howe Falls, Waddell Falls, Truro Tidal Bore, and the Truro Tree Sculptures.
Some of the attractions, museums and cultural venues in Truro, Nova Scotia and the surrounding regions includes the Berlin Wall exhibit, Truro Post Office National Historic Site of Canada, Anne Murray Centre, Colchester Historeum, Millbrook Cultural & Heritage Centre, Heritage Conservation Districts and the Miners' Museum (Springhill).
Services important in and around the community of Truro include accommodations (hotel, motel, inn, vacation homes, bed and breakfast), campground, pubs, gift shops, restaurants, coffee houses, gas station, grocery stores, liquor store, cell service, internet and transportation services like taxi and rail.