Nestled between the north and south mountains of the Annapolis Valley lies the Village of Lawrencetown. A quaint and charming community settled by the Europeans over 200 years ago in 1760. This town was named after Charles Lawrence, the Governor of Nova Scotia. Lawrencetown is located on the scenic Evangeline Trail near the Bay of Fundy coast. Lawrencetown's small business district offers plenty of services to the traveller; restaurant, postal service, convenience store, bed & breakfast, picnic area and gas bar.