Sight-seeing

A gourmet feast for the eyes and a paradise for photographers, Lunenburg Region is world famous for its scenery. Explore it by car, canoe, trail, boat, bike or by foot. Whether you do it on your own or with the experience of a local guide, you will witness a beauty in the air, the water and the land that stays with you long after your return home.
Petite Riviere Vineyard

Petite Riviere Vineyard

Location: Beaches & Artisans

French colonists planted the first vine in this area in the early 1600’s. In 1994, Petite Riviere Vinyards revived the tradition. Wines from Canada’s oldest winegrowing region are now available at the winery, and at select retaurants in the area. 
 
PETITE RIVIERE VINEYARDS uses only grapes from the LaHave River Valley. Our poor rocky soil and long, mild growing season provide an ideal terroir for quality wines. The wines bear the name of this unique region, “Côtes de LaHave”. 

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Ovens Natural Park

Ovens Natural Park

Location: Coves & Inlets

A privately owned 190 acre pristine reserve of coastal forestry. Some of the highlights of the park season are the annual Chapin Music Festival, the unique sea caves, tours, petty zoo, gold panning on Cunard’s beach, the miner’s museum and nightly entertainment by the fire. Great place for the kids to explore and a playground with lots of equipment. Take a dip in the pool or in the ocean at Cunard Beach.  Admission charged. Stay for a while and rent a cabin or bring your camper/tent.  The kids won’t want to leave.

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Nature Point of View

Nature Point of View

Location: Maple Syrup & Christmas Trees

Nature’s Point of View was set up to offer the unique ‘Nova Scotia experience’ through year round professionally guided wilderness and adventure tourism activities.

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Miller Point Peace Park

Miller Point Peace Park

Location: Coves & Inlets

Located just off Hwy 3 in Dayspring, this is a 5km. looping trail system with interpretive stations, picnic tables, benches and outdoor washroom facilities. Trails are level, smooth and wide with plenty of parking available at the park entrance. Beautiful views of the LaHave River are an attractive feature of this trail system. Use of these trails is limited to hikers, bicycles and skiers.
You can see hundreds of lady slippers and other wild flowers along the 5 km of walking trails. The trails are all level, smooth, and accessible to walkers, strollers, and wheelchairs. The inner parking area is open from early spring to late fall, but visitors are welcome all year long.
In the spring you will be able to see hundreds of lady slippers and other wild flowers. In the fall, the changing of the colors are absolutely beautiful. This park has a long history of being an old local settlement, which is indicated by the remains of stone foundations throughout the site.
The park is open daily from 8:00 a.m to dusk.
Special events are held in the park throughout the year and are open to the public. Watch our Recreation Guides for information or call 902-541-1343.
Dogs are welcomed, as long as they are on a leash to be respectful of other park users, and don’t forget to pick up after your furry friend!
Please note: All sites are unsupervised and there is no winter maintenance.

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Masons Beach

Masons Beach

Location: Coves & Inlets

One of Nova Scotia excellent Beaches just outside the UNESCO Town of Lunenburg.

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Festivals and Events

March 25

Breakfast Lunenburg Legion

DateMarch 25th, 2017

Location Town of Lunenburg

Category Food

Springtime Tea & Art Show

DateMarch 25th, 2017

Location Town of Lunenburg

Category Artisan

Broad Cove Presentation

DateMarch 26th, 2017

Location Town of Lunenburg

Category Culture Heritage

NSCC’s International Culinary Celebration

DateMarch 30th, 2017

Location Town of Bridgewater

Category Food

Turkey Supper In Barss Corner

DateApril 01st, 2017

Location Maple Syrup & Christmas Trees

Category Food

Fall Recreation Guide