The Eastern Shore
This page includes all listings in The Eastern Shore from all categories by default.
3 beachfront suites in Lawrencetown.
An annual sandcastle and sand sculpturing contest in Calm Harbour.
Art gallery located on the Guysborough waterfront open Friday-Sunday all summer.
10km trail that runs on a former railbed between West Lawrencetown Road and Causeway Road in Lawrencetown.
The artist’s home and outbuildings will stand out as they are adorned with his colourful folk art.
Affordable homemade meals with fast and friendly service.
A day-use Provincial Park with a boardwalk that leads to a beautiful sandy beach with a shoreline walking trail.
This colourful gallery features the work of over 40 Nova Scotian folk artists, including Barry Colpitts and Maud Lewis.
A 10.5 km moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Seaforth, Nova Scotia.
A day park with many picnic areas!
The wooded hilltop campground, with unserviced sites, offers a spectacular view of Guysborough Harbour.
Offering breakfast Wednesday-Sunday 8am-10am May-October
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Canada Day celebrations with a street parade, concert and fireworks.
Come and relax as you wander through the ruins of an 18th century fishing settlement.
A public library in Canso.
This visitor information centre is located in the Whitman House Museum.
This trail runs along the Canso waterfront overlooking the Grassy Island.
A short loop around a saltwater estuary leads, via a bridge, to a full two-hour hike along shoreline and woodland.
A long, wide, natural sandy beach, located in Clam Harbour on the Eastern Shore.
40 years of offering sea kayaking tours and coastal paddling excursions.
Situated on Porter’s Lake in Three Fathom Harbour, Nova Scotia, we are your lakeside retreat.
A community museum established on the site of an original 200-year-old family farm.
Visit the Cole Harbour Heritage Farm Museum for locally made art, children’s books ad farm and garden themed toys.
Small sandy beach in Lawrencetown!
Coffee, gas and snacks. Eat-in or take-out/drive-thru.
Cookhouse Chow is served buffet style in the 85 seat replica of a 1940s cookhouse.
A 12-car cable ferry, connecting Port Bickerton with Country Harbour on the Eastern Shore.
A Quaint Cozy Apartment located in beautiful Porters Lake , sleeps 4 comfortably!
This 16 km hiking trail system offers a variety of scenic trail loops in a forested wilderness landscape.
A public library in Guysborough.
Three bedrooms in the B & B and chalet are open year-round, with two bedrooms open during the winter season.
Situated on a large lake not far from the Musquodoboit Valley, Dollar Lake Provincial Park is the perfect escape.
Located on the shore of Lake Charlotte, this resort has a variety of overnight accommodations.
Learn how to surf with lessons and rentals at Lawrencetown Beach Provincial Park.
Accommodations include 22 overnight sites (serviced and unserviced), and 18 seasonal sites, located in Sheet Harbour.
Fairwinds Motel & Restaurant is located on the oceanfront in Sheet Harbour.
A licensed dining room with a dining deck overlooking the harbour, located at Fairwinds Motel.
Explore a restored 200-year old fishing village, walk the boardwalk, sample seafood, and do some shopping!
Closed for 2021, due to upgrades to the site. Looking forward to seeing you in 2022.
Come in for a cup of tea and a warm welcome at this typical homestead of an inshore fisherman.
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The park provides spectacular views and unspoiled coastline.
A celebration of Gaelic and Scottish language and culture, song and arts.
Measuring almost 3 metres, this outdoor hummingbird sculpture is the largest in North America.
Displays of artifacts and photos of the mining and fishing history of Goldboro and the surrounding areas.
On the site of what was once a working gold mine, this restored church now houses a gold mining interpretive centre.
Celebrate by inviting family, friends and new acquaintances to special events in the area.
Explore the Great Trail in Guysborough County.
A visitor information centre located in the Old Court House Museum in Guysborough.
Full service marina on the Guysborough waterfront.
A short hike along the Guysborough waterfront.
Cancelled in 2021, due to Covid-19 restrictions and the safety of spectators.
This 4-day Agricultural Exhibition, known as the “Family Fun Fair” offers the excitement of an old-fashion country fair.
A gardener’s delight featuring over 800 varieties of daylilies and 100 varieties of rare Japanese irises.
Small-batch traditional recipes for jams, jellies, pickles and relishes all made in Necum Teuch.
Family run general store with take away lunches in Boylston, Guysborough County.
Rehabilitation facility for injured and orphaned wildlife, with a goal of connecting people to wildlife through knowledge and understanding.
Built in 1894, this year-round general store displays merchandise typical of the 1940s.
A memorial dedicated to Nova Scotia’s Icelandic settlers.
Grab a bite to eat, and try their fresh salads, soups, panini sandwiches, pastas and homemade desserts.
Discover the true definition of escaping and finding tranquility by choosing a stay at one of the arrays of properties from the J’ADORE collection, including the Jeddore Lodge & Cabins which is a hidden gem on the eastern shore of Nova Scotia. Only just 20 mins away from the wonders of the most beautiful beaches of Nova Scotia (Martinique Beach and Clam Harbour beach), our accommodations are all perfect sanctuaries that you can consider home for a short stay to relax and unwind.
Jurassic Farm Gift Shop offers arts and crafts, jewellery and home and living items.
Experience Acadian life as lived in Grand Desert and West Chezzetcook.
A breath-taking view of one of the most popular beaches.
The trail follows along each side of the Liscomb river, with parking in the Liscombe Lodge parking area.
Rustic chalets, spacious four-bedroom cottages, and luxury-lodge guest rooms, located in Liscomb.
A quiet area with picnic tables under mixed wood trees beside an open field and overlooking Lochiel Lake.
Six fully equipped cottages nestled in a wooded area overlooking a sandy beach, located in New Harbour.
Showcasing Guysborough county and all its hidden gems.
A 4kkm return hike in Guysborough County.
This heritage building features a museum and visitor information centre.
A picturesque roadside park with a view of offshore islands providing carry-in boating opportunities
A white-sand beach with open and wooded picnic areas behind the dunes.
Martinique Desserterie is open year round serving up artisan Donuts, Cupcakes, and much more!
This park offers an extensive boardwalk that provides coastal walking opportunities and beautiful views.
Open for the season until September 8th. Located within Sherbrooke Village, McDaniel’s Tea Room & Restaurant provides homemade, traditional light meals for visitors.
Open for the season until October 2nd 2021. Explores rural life in Nova Scotia during the 1940s, including life during and after the Second World War.
Browse photos, news clippings, and tapes of radio broadcasts from the 1936 Moose River mining disaster.
Built in the form of a replica to the former Scotia Ferry, the museum is a must see stop on the Marine drive.
A public library in Mulgrave.
This visitor information centre is located in the Mulgrave Heritage Centre.
Located in Larry’s River, Murphy’s Inn is a painter or photographers dream come true.
Welcome aboard the Ryan, a Cape Island-style wooden boat offering coastal island tours, fishing tours and more.
Variety of serviced and unserviced sites available at one of the most scenic and interactive campgrounds in Nova Scotia.
A vibrant community meeting place that connects the communities of the Eastern Shore.
The Musquodoboit Harbour Public Library is the hub of Musquodoboit Harbour, an artistic and active community.
The Museum hosts a number of seasonal operators on the grounds, a visitor’s centre, gift shop, food truck, beer garden, ice cream shop, and farmers market.
Musquodoboit Trailway is an abandoned rail corridor where the famed “Blueberry Express” used to run.
A 230-seat restored heritage building that serves as both theatre venue and community facility in the heart of Musquodoboit Valley.
This outdoor play space helps kids of all ages explore, experience, and connect with nature.
Sixty sites, 52 with water and electric, Wi-Fi, canteen, swimming, and playground.
An oceanside campground with unique tent platforms, micro-cabins, RV sites, access to the Wild Islands and isolated beaches.
The building is home to a museum that explores Guysborough’s cultural history, and a Visitor Information Centre.
SHERBROOKE VILLAGE OLD FASHIONED CHRISTMAS – Celebrating 25 years in 2021!
The Old School is a Centre for Arts, Wellness, Culture & Innovation.
Exhibits showcase the light-keeper’s way of life and demonstrate the operations of the light station.
This circa 1860 fisherman’s home offers four rooms with shared and private baths, located in Tangier.
A peaceful, historic park that features a series of large stones, all painted by a talented artist.
Captain Savalette was a fisherman from France, who used the shores and islands of Tor Bay to fish during the 1500s and 1600s.
The walking trail system is made up of seven trails totaling about 3 1/2 km through a unique range of coastal terrain.
The lighthouse has been an important and integral part of the local community since the establishment of the first lighthouse in 1901.