Nova Scotia Route 203

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Route 203
Route information
Maintained by Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal
Length: 83 km[1] (52 mi)
Major junctions
West end: US 40 (1948).svg Route 340 / Trunk 40 in Carleton
  Hwy 103 in Shelburne
East end: Trunk 3 in Shelburne
Counties: Yarmouth, Shelburne
Highway system

Provincial highways in Nova Scotia

Route 202 Route 204

Route 203 is a collector road in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.

It is located in Shelburne and Yarmouth Counties and runs through a sparsely populated area including Argyle Municipality from Shelburne at Trunk 3 along the border of the Tobeatic Wilderness Area through Kemptville and connects to Nova Scotia Route 340 at Carleton. The village of East Kemptville is the only part of a municipality in Nova Scotia disconnected from the rest of the district by roads, and accessible only from other districts via Highway 203.

Route 203 is considered the loneliest road in the province because it has the longest uninhabited stretch of any paved highway in Nova Scotia.[2]


Parks & Protected Area[edit]


  • Trout Point Lodge of Nova Scotia
  • Kemptville Corner Store
  • Black Bull Resources White Rock Mine

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Atlantic Canada Back Road Atlas ISBN 978-1-55368-618-7 Page 84-85, 89
  2. ^ Route 203: Loneliest highway in the province