Things to do

Most of your Lunenburg Region vacation will be easy: beautiful scenery that’s easy on the eyes, friendly folk along the way that are easy to talk with, and a pace of life that’s relaxing and easy-going. With so many activities and hidden gems, the only hard part may be deciding what to do first. You’ll have some choices to make. Choose from an array of attractions to suit almost every interest. Choose from many of the regions Festivals & Events. Choose from a range of Beaches, Outdoor activities, Artisans, and Restaurants – you’ll keep as busy as you like. If you enjoy outdoor adventure, Lunenburg Region was made for you. Our world-class trail system is just the start – canoeing, kayaking, hiking, biking, boating, camping, beaches – the list goes on and on.

 

Crabapple Creek Crafts & Gifts

Crabapple Creek Crafts & Gifts

Visit us in the beautiful country and enjoy our displays and items which change weekly, with new items arriving several times a week….
It’s a fun place to hang out with your girlfriends over a coffee and a piece of our famous cheesecake.
Hour are FRIDAY’S 10-5
          Saturday’s 10-5 until the end of September.

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Tancook Island

Tancook Island

Big Tancook and Little Tancook are 2 islands located 6 miles off the southern coast of Nova Scotia in Mahone Bay.  These two islands are accessible by passenger ferry - the William G. Ernst is stationed at Big Tancook and makes daily runs to and from the historic yachting community of Chester. Ferry tickets can be purchased on the ferry which docks on Water St in Chester. Take your bicycles and a packed lunch to explore the island for the day.  A ferry schedule can be found on the Tancook Island Tourism site. 

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Fort Point LaHave Museum

Fort Point LaHave Museum

The First Capital of all of New France from 1632 - 1636.

Before beginning your walk on beautiful Fort Point, imagine that today’s date is May 8, 1604. Look southwest across Dublin Bay toward the Atlantic Ocean. Beyond the islands you may see the good ship Le Don de Dieu as it drops anchor for the first time in the New World. Samuel de Champlain, the man who would change Europe’s understanding of this vast continent, stands on the foredeck sketching the first of his famous maps. Do you see him waving to you?

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LaHave River Trail

LaHave River Trail

This trail will re-create a trail link between the Town of Bridgewater and the South Shore Annapolis Valley Trail in New Germany.  Currently, there is 3 km under construction along Wentzell Lake.  Parking is available at the Southwest end of the trail.  When completed, access will include hikers, bicycles, ATV’s, snowmobiles, skies, and horses.

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Vissers Farm

Vissers Farm

We’re a family-run strawberry u-pick focusing on recreational pickers. We are located just off Highway 103 in Newcombville near Bridgewater, Nova Scotia and on the way to Kejimkujik National Park.

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