The Tobeatic Wilderness Area
Affectionately known as the Toby adjacent to Kejimkujik National Park.
It is a storied area, famously written about in The Tent Dwellers book by Albert Paine which chronicles his travels through inland Nova Scotia on a trout fishing trip. Published in 1908, it’s been reprinted and is a good read.
There’s a NS government protected areas brochure Into the Tobeatic and map.
Friends of the Tobeatic Sanctuary is a great website with lots of resources including books, videos and an interactive map with portages, campsites, etc.
The definitive guide on the area is Andy Smith’s book Paddling the Tobeatic: Canoe Routes of Southwestern Nova Scotia
The Shelburne River is part of the Tobeatic and a Canadian Heritage River.
There is a Tobeatic Facebook Group that would be a good place to ask questions and get suggestions, and it has a few trip reports.
(902) 425-5450 ext 316
5516 Spring Garden Rd
Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 1G6, Canada