Do you enjoy hiking, mountain biking, or bird watching? Take in stunning views while you enjoy over 200km of hiking trails throughout Lunenburg Region. Our trails provide make it easy for hikers to immerse themselves in nature, exploring falls, ravines, and ponds. Some trails offer access via bicycles, ATV’s, snowmobiles, dogs on leash, skies, and horses. Parking is available at various access points along the trails, with some trails groomed in winter for snow enthusiasts.
Runs: New Germany to Annapolis Valley Length: 122 km to Middleton, Annapolis Valley; two sections in MODL: Goose Chase Road, New Germany to Lunenburg County Line 17 km (one way) See Note Caledonia Junction to Queens County Line 17 km (one way) Duration: 2 hours 25 minutes Lunenburg County section (one way) Rules: shared-use trail, expect to see OHV’s, skiers, bikes, snowshoers, walkers, dogs on leash, horses. Parking is available at various access points along the trail. NOTE: The trail is…
Location: Tancook Island
Tancook Island is a unique community located approximately 6 miles off Chester, Nova Scotia. Accessible by passenger ferry - the William G. Ernst is stationed at Big Tancook and makes daily runs to and from the historic yachting community of Chester. Ferry tickets can be purchased on the ferry which docks on Water St in Chester. Here, vibrant artistry, a pristine natural environment and a history deeply rooted in fishing traditions intertwine. Leave your cares on the mainland and take a relaxing…
A small village about a six minute drive from the Town of Lunenburg. The little community of Blue Rocks is advertised as “Lunenburg’s answer to Peggy’s Cove”. Still a working fishing village with blue slate rocks on the edge of the ocean making it an artisan and photographers muse. The fish shack sitting in the water is the most photographed building in the county.
A privately owned 190 acre pristine reserve of coastal forestry. Some of the highlights of the park season are the annual Chapin Music Festival, the unique sea caves, tours, petty zoo, gold panning on Cunard’s beach, the miner’s museum and nightly entertainment by the fire. Great place for the kids to explore and a playground with lots of equipment. Take a dip in the pool or in the ocean at Cunard Beach. Admission charged. Stay for a while and rent a cabin or bring your camper/tent.