Attractions


World Famous – A Nova Scotian landmark only a 5 minute walk away.

Lobster Suppers – Voted Taste of Nova Scotia's 'essence of Nova Scotia' best restaurant - When you eat lobster in our province your do it here

Dances – Every Saturday night the restaurant is transformed into a dance hall packed with hundreds of people listening to some of the best bands in Nova Scotia and from around Canada.

 


aspotogan peninsula 

50km Loop – of real Nova Scotia. Untouched by swarms of tourists, loose yourself in small traditional fishing villages and the rugged beauty of the South Shore. More.

No light house – Instead of Peggy's Cove imagine yourself at an abandoned multimillon dollar spa carved into the same rocks you will find in Peggy's Cove, the only difference - you will be the only one there. Red Bull searched the world to film a video there in 2014.

The Queen of Southwest Cove – In order to marry his love, Max had to first build her a castle. He did!

Cyclers Heaven – If you like to cycle, you must cycle our loop. Rental shops below. Our tip - go counter-clockwise to avoid a large climb.

Swiss Air Flight 111 Memorial – A tragic plane crash struck our coastal communities on September 2, 1998. Please stop by the memorial if you have time.


Downtown – Located in the heart of Hubbards, this awesome restaurant has been welcoming hungry people since 1988.

Exhibit – Check out the local art work exhibits on display.

Entertainment  – Live music Friday and Saturday evenings.


beaches

Hubbards Beach – White sand secluded private beach with warm water. Small price of admission, worth it to beat the crowds. Change rooms, bathrooms and a canteen available. 7 minute walk.

Queensland Beach – Very popular destination to beat the city heat. Change rooms, lifeguard.

Fox Point Beach – Quite beach about 5 minutes away.

Whynacht's Beach – This beach will occasionally lose all of its sand during certain storms only to have it mysteriously return. No one knows why.

Cleaveland Beach – Beautiful beach with a nice trail around the point. 

Puddle Beach – Very small, sheltered but just off the road.

Black Point Beach– Not as popular, but large.

Bayswater Beach –  Very popular in the summers, onsite change rooms and Sheila's food truck.

Mill Cove Beach – Small, quite and less crowded.

East River Beach – Small, quite and less crowded.


The Best – Ranked as one of the best farmers markets in Canada. Our market has everything you want.

Saturdays from 08:00- 12:00 –Here you will meet locals listen to free music and enjoy local delicacies.


Golf

Aspotogan Ridge – We are excited to have a golf course opening soon in our back yard. 5 minutes away.

Chester Golf Club – One of the top courses in the province. 15 minutes.

The Links at Brunello – Another brand new course in the area opening June 15. 20 minutes.

Glen Arbour – Another beautiful course by Graham Cooke. Has hosted Wayne Gretzky Invitational and the 2012 World Skins Game. 25 minutes.

Sheerwood Golf and Country Club – A haven in the woods. This course use to be private but has recently been open to the public. 30 minutes.

Osprey Ridge  – A challenging championship course designed by Graham Cooke. 35 minutes.

Bluenose Golf – Small 9 hole course over looking the UNESCO world heritage town of Lunenburg. 35 minutes.


Bike and Kayak Rentals – Rent for a day or a week. Free delivery, self guided routes available.

1-800-672-0775

Large world wide company – From humble roots our neighbours have expanded around the world. Check out their tours available practically everywhere there is a road!

Yoga – The sail loft yoga studio is simply breath taking (no pun). This is the place to practice. Classes and private sessions available.


Bike Rentals – Rent for a day or a week. Free delivery, self guided routes available.

1-877-777-5699

Day Tours – Join a tour around the area.

Kayak – Ocean kayak tours available. See Nova Scotia from a totally different perspective. 


rails to Trails

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33km of Trails – Perfect for biking, jogging or hiking. Many access points.

Aspotogan Trail – Merges with rails to trails for an additional 11km of trails from Hubbards to East River.

Rum Runners Relay – 110km relay from Halifax to Lunenburg. There will be running, and rum.


Exhibits – This non profit museum exhibits hooked rugs from the Maritimes and around North America. Trust us - it's impressive.

Market – Take one home. The market place has over 600 rugs to choose from.

Hook-Ins – Learn how to hook or watch the masters at work. Check for times and availability - they are popular.

 


Take the ferry to TancookExplore a richly unique island community. It's the best $5.00 you'll ever spend.

Day Trip – Hike the island then have lunch at Carolyn's or the Island Boys Fries.

 

Merchants – Check out the galleries and pick up a shirt at the Tancook T-shirt Shop.