From Margaretsville, the well-known city of Moncton is 75 miles (121 kilometers) to the north.
Nova Scotia is brimming with cultural and natural attractions, from perennial tourist favourites to hidden gems that lay slightly off the beaten path. You'll also find Coldbrook, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the west, and Centreville 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the west.
About 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the west of Margaretsville is Saint John, an important regional center and the home of Saint John Imperial Theatre, Lord Beaverbrook Rink and University of New Brunswick - Saint John. Harbour Station, Hilton Belyea Arena and Stewart Hurley Arena are also good places to spend a little time.
A surefire way to understand a place is by learning about its history. Take a trip to the traditional villages while you are in the area. Exercise your grey matter at Nova Scotia's great art museums, history museums and art galleries.
Combine education and relaxation during your stay by joining one of the area's popular culinary tours, city walking tours and cycling tours. For those who love to feel the cold embrace of winter, Nova Scotia could be the ideal fit. The region offers some great opportunities for snow shoeing and cross-country skiing.
It is often said that travel is one of the few things that you can buy that makes you wealthier. Your time in Nova Scotia will reward you with memories you'll treasure for a lifetime.