District of Lunenburg - Nova Scotia - Canada
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Outdoor Activity

Explore the many outdoor activities of Lunenburg Region. Hike the over 200km of trails, explore the vast array of beaches or enjoy the beauty of the Atlantic Ocean,.
Adventure Trail

Adventure Trail

Location: Lunenburg Region
Runs: Bridgewater to Mahone Bay ​Length: 14 km (one way) Duration: 2 hours 50 minutes (one way) Rules: shared-use trail, expect to see OHV’s, skiers, bikes, snowshoers, walkers, dogs on leash, horses.
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Mushamush Beach Park

Mushamush Beach Park

Location: Lunenburg Region
Mushamush Beach Park is a hidden treasure in Lunenburg Region. Located on Big Mushamush Lake, it is a pleasant drive from anywhere in the region. Between May and October, the park is open from 9:00 a.m. until dusk for swimming, picnicking or a leisurely walk. The beach is equipped with accessible picnic tables, on site privies and has a special ramp available for wheelchair water access. There is also a small play area on-site. Mush is known to have some incredible sunsets as the day turns to…
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Green Bay Beach

Green Bay Beach

Location: Lunenburg Region
Green Bay Beach is divided into small sections by boulders. There is a canteen/take out close to the beach (seasonal). The water tends to be warmer then most areas because of the shallow cove that surrounds it. Parking is limited.
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Arthur Young Trail

Arthur Young Trail

Location: Lunenburg Region
Trailhead civic address: 527 Highway 10, Cookville ​Length: 1 km (one way) Duration: 15 minutes (one way) Rules: shared-use trail, expect to see OHV’s, skiers, bikes, snowshoers, walkers, dogs on leash, horses. There is ample parking at the trailhead, adjacent to the Best Western on Trunk 10.
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Bachmans Beach

Bachmans Beach

Location: Lunenburg Region
Bachmans Beach is a quiet, all sand beach, great for digging, swimming and sun tanning. The beach is about 300 meters long with sand dunes covered in grass and only about 20 meters from the parking area. Easy to launch a canoe or kayak. The tide washes lots of rocks and treasures on the shore. Sit back, relax and watch the many sail boats sailing by.
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