Memory Lane Heritage Village

You'll discover a living history village depicting life in rural Nova Scotia during the 1940s when you visit Memory Lane Heritage Village in Lake Charlotte. Featuring 16 rescued and restored buildings including a general store, one-room schoolhouse, church, icehouse and cookhouse as well as antique vehicles include a 1928 Model A, a 1948 International pickup and a 1949 Farmal Cub Tractor.

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Woodland trails at Liscombe Lodge Resort

While staying at the Liscombe Lodge Resort, be sure to venture out on the Liscomb River Trail System. Six trails will bring hikers of all experience levels through pristine wooded areas natural wonder of the Eastern Shore and, on the Liscomb River Trail, over a suspension bridge.

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Explore Liscombe Lodge Resort

Imagine waking up to this view! At Liscombe Lodge Resort & Conference Centre, visitors can embark on a river tour, explore the shorelines on a kayaking or canoeing adventure, or reconnect with nature on more than 16 km of beautiful Nova Scotia trails.

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Salt Marsh Trail

The Salt Marsh and Shearwater Flyer Trails section of the Trans Canada Trail is a multi-use linked trail system on a former railbed.  The trails are 7 km inland and 6.5 km on a causeway through the Cole Harbour salt marsh offering wonderful views, interpretive signage, and abundant wildlife. Bird watching, hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing can all be enjoyed along the trail system.

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Surfing at Martinique Beach Provincial Park

Visit Nova Scotia's longest sandy beach, where you can go from calm water lapping the shore to crashing surf that surfers dream of in a matter of hours. While there's no question that Martinique is a popular surfing destination, beachcombers, birdwatchers and beachgoers alike relish their time spent here.

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Surfing at Lawrencetown Beach Provincial Park

Surfs up on the Eastern Shore! Lawrencetown Beach Provincial Park is a popular surfing spot with surfers from around the world coming to experience firsthand why Nova Scotia is called one of the top 3 cold water surfing destinations in the world.

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Clam Harbour Beach Provincial Park

Clam Harbour Beach Provincial Park is a long, natural sand beach that is most known for the annual Clam Harbour Sandcastle Competition which has taken place every August since 1978. Rain or shine, you will see hundreds of contestants and thousands of spectators observing the amazing sandcastle creations.

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Taylor Head Provincial Park

Situated on a rugged wind-swept peninsula that juts 6 km into the Atlantic Ocean, Taylor Head’s hiking and walking trails provide visitors' access to natural habitats, interesting geology, scenic look-offs, secluded sandy and cobblestone beaches and 16 km (10 mi) of unspoiled coastline. Bring a lunch to enjoy at one of the picnic spots in the park.

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Taylor Head Provincial Park

Situated on a rugged wind-swept peninsula that juts 6 km into the Atlantic Ocean, Taylor Head’s hiking and walking trails provide visitors’ access to natural habitats, interesting geology, scenic look-offs, secluded sandy and cobblestone beaches and 16 km (10 mi) of unspoiled coastline. Bring a lunch to enjoy at one of the picnic spots in the park.

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Explore the Wild Islands

Nova Scotia's Eastern Shore is home to one of the few unspoiled archipelagos in North America! This group of over 100 wild islands, between Clam Harbour and Mushaboom, are easily accessible by a guided sea kayak tour with Coastal Adventures, a boat tour with Murphy’s Scenic Boat Tours, or on an overnight camping experience with Great E.A.R.T.H.

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