Explore Nova Scotia
See what else the South Shore and surrounding areas have to offer!
The LaHave River Campground is situated in alluring Lunenburg County. Our lush landscape, rich history, and warm welcoming people will make your stay here an unforgettable one! Enjoy rivers and lakes, beautiful beaches and coastal communities; all within a short commute of the city of Halifax.
You won’t regret making time during your stay to tour the Valley! Nestled between parallel mountain ranges along the Bay of Fundy, you’ll find this scenic and rich agricultural region. Take in the famous Bay of Fundy tides, sandy beaches, and did we mention award-winning wineries?!
Mahone Bay is only a short drive from the campground, and a must-see spot! Its colourful Victorian streets, unique shops and galleries, and delightful restaurants along the bay will have you falling in love. You can take in scenic harbour views with sailboats, or enjoy some of the beautiful walking and cycling trails that Mahone Bay boasts.
The Town of Lunenburg is a World Heritage site, with the majority of its buildings being original 18th and 19th century builds with colourful facades. Wander the waterfront for impressive restaurants, breweries, and shops, or perhaps join a walking tour or pop into a local museum to learn about the rich history!
Nestled in the heart of the LaHave River Valley, you’ll find Bridgewater. It is the largest town in the South Shore region, and here you will find all the conveniences that you will need for your stay. Take in their shopping district and maybe grab a movie, pop into a local brewery, or try an escape room even!
1 hour 20 minutes
Peggy's Cove Lighthouse is one of Nova Scotia’s world-famous lighthouses! Be sure to visit this quaint fishing village on the South Shore, but beware of the rough waves! The lighthouse was built in 1915 and this picturesque place remains an active fishing community today.
1 hour 20 minutes
Step off the campground and visit the capital of Nova Scotia, Halifax! With a population of over 400,000 people, the city is known for its maritime history and strong business centre. Here you’ll find the only national museum in the Atlantic provinces, historical sites, art galleries, a downtown harbourfront, and over 200 restaurants and bars!
Indian Falls - 2km - Municipal park with walking trails, picnic area and look off points.
Lunenburg County Winery - 4km - Go wine tasting, blueberry picking, and tour the grounds.
Church Lake Access Site - 7km - Utilize this dock to for your kayak, canoe or small fishing boat.
Maplewood Community Museum - 5km - Tour the museum to see how the ancestors of our community lived