Whether you prefer to explore Nova Scotia’s seafaring heritage, photograph a colourful lighthouse, take a leisurely stroll across a long sandy beach or attend one of dozens of music, arts and cultural festivals, you will never be at a loss for something exciting to do. To get an idea of what you will find on your Nova Scotia vacation, visit www.novascotia.com. You will truly be amazed at all that Nova Scotia has to offer.
Bicycle, kayak, canoe and row boat rentals, and tours
Kejimkujik National Park Seaside Adjunct Phone: 902-682-2772 Toll Free: 1-800-773-8888 website
Shelburne Historic Complex The historic complex is an association of four local museums located within steps of one another. Shelburne, NS B0T 1W0, Canada 902-875 3141
The Little School Musem Locke Street Lockeport, NS website
River Hills Golf and Country Club
Clyde River, NS Phone 902-637-2415 website
Liverpool Golf and Country Club RR #1 Hunts Point Liverpool, Nova Scotia Phone: 902-683-2485
Osprey Ridge Golf Course 492 Harold Whnott Road Lunenburg County N.S. Phone: 902-543-6666 website
Music & Arts
Osprey Arts Centre 107 Water Steet Shelburne, NS Phone 902-875-2359 website
Bring your birding books, guide and binoculars and start scanning the shorelines, wetlands, woodlands and meadows for the host of birds that inhabit our region. Some 450 bird species are residents or visitors to our region each year, and there’s always the chance of encountering a real rarity like a pelican or an endangered species like a Piping Plover. Along the South Shore you’ll want to explore Cape Sable Island, connected to the mainland by a causeway, and visit two important bird areas on the island at Daniels Head and The Hawk. Other great birding sites in the South Shore region are found at Port Joli, Western Head, Port Clyde, Jordan Falls and of course at Kejimkujik National Park Seaside.