Places of Interest
Oak Island – site of the world’s longest treasure hunt. For tour information go to Friends of Oak Island. You can paddle out from Oak Island Marina to get a closer look.
Indulge in a Traditional Lobster Supper & Dance the Night Away in Nova Scotia’s “Last Great Dance Hall” at the Shore Club in Hubbards.
Visit the Pioneer Cemetery: Located in French Village, this is the final resting place of many protestant families who settled in St. Margaret’s Bay during the 1780s.
Explore the S.S. Atlantic Heritage Interpretation Park. Discover a shipwreck without donning a wetsuit. Interpretive centre, waterfront, boardwalk.
Visit the Saturday Farmers’ Markets in New Ross, Hubbards and Bridgewater. Enjoy live entertainment while shopping for local produce and homemade treats.
Indian Falls. The park offers a picnic area, waterfall, walking trails, rock beach and look off points.
Have some family fun watching the ducks in the Woodland Gardens’ duck pond or walk the nature trails in this tranquil park.
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- Magic Bike VIII April 5, 2014
- Magic Bike VII April 5, 2014
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