The diversity of the parks of Lunenburg Region offers discovery and enjoyment for every visitor. With rivers, lakes, ocean, waterfalls, or the shade of inland forest, our parks provide a protected oasis, many with convenient amenities such as interpretive stations, picnic tables, play areas, and bathroom facilities. Some parks have water access for swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and sport fishing—we encourage you to check posted rules and accessibility information.
Do you like to bird watch, hike, mountain bike, fly kites, or sit in a quiet spot to read? Check out the Municipal Activity and Recreation Complex (MARC) in Dayspring! Facilities include: three ball fields, fire pit, 6 km of trails, ponds, beautiful views of the LaHave River, disc golf and plenty of open green spaces! Bring your bike and try out our BMX Park and Mountain Bike Trails. Helmets are required. All of these outdoor areas are open to the public free of charge every day, with the…
This large scenic picnic park on the ocean has tables scattered under a stand of spruce and fir trees and can easily accommodate group picnics. Access to cobble beach. Located between Mahone Bay and Lunenburg, Civic address: 781 Second Peninsula Road, Second Peninsula.
The Church Lake Public Access site includes a parking lot for 3 - 6 vehicles, a dock and boat put-in for canoes, kayaks and small fishing boats. The lake is too shallow for big boats. The dock is wheelchair accessible. Address: 311 Newburne Road, Newburne. 25 minutes from Blockhouse.