Locals say, “The sun always shines in Hubbards”. Ten fabulous beaches are a great escape in any weather. Bunk down in an inn, cottage or campground. Treat yourself to lobster suppers, fish cakes, live entertainment and a vibrant Saturday Farmers’ Market. Ride by coastal fishing communities on the Aspotogan, the Yacht Club and Nova Scotia’s smallest provincial park. Shopping, hiking, biking and kayaking make this the “Playground of St. Margaret’s Bay”.
Things to Do:
Indulge in a Traditional Lobster Supper & Dance the Night Away in Nova Scotia’s “Last Great Dance Hall” at the Shore Club.
Picnic at Whynacht’s Beach which is positioned in such a way that during the winter months, it loses all of its sand, but it returns again in the spring. This phenomenon is caused by the waves crashing straight-on to the shore. It is one of only two beaches in all of North America where this occurs—the other being in Virginia, U.S.A.
- Hubbards Public Boat Ramp:
Hwy 3 in Hubbards
- Fox Point Government Wharf:
Hwy 329 in Fox Point
- Mill Cove Government Wharf:
Mill Cove Shore Road, Birchy Head (off Hwy 329)
- Northwest Cove Government Wharf:
Hwy 329 in Northwest Cove
- Blandford Government Wharf:
Located at the end of Gates Fish Plant Road in Blandford (off Hwy 329)