The Northumberland Shore offers visitors a diverse array of adventures both on and off the golf course. This region is best known for its warm salt-water beaches, crisp local wines and dramatic landscapes.
Discover tranquil vistas as you dine on rich seafood and scrumptious local blueberries. Feel the sand between your toes with the warmest water north of the Carolinas. In addition to the area’s many Scottish festivals and highland games, visitors cherish quiet time in vineyards and browsing professional artisan shops.
Festivals & Events
Pictou Lobster Carnival
July 5-7, Pictou
Antigonish Highland Games
July 7-14, Antigonish
New Glasgow Riverfront Jubilee
August 2-4, New Glasgow
September 27-28, Tatamagouche
Tatamagouche Creamery Square Heritage Centre
Visit this unique heritage complex featuring a Creamery exhibit, Farmers’ Market and museum displays.
Hector Heritage Quay, Pictou
Live the story of 18th-century Scottish migration to the New World and how it became the “Birthplace of New Scotland” with help from the Ship Hector.
Museum of Industry, Stellarton
Experience the human story of industry in Nova Scotia. Home to Canada’s oldest steam locomotives.
Jost Vineyard, Malagash
Visit lush vineyards and the winery shop, where you can enjoy a complimentary tasting bar and tours.
Sugar Moon Farm
Take a tour of the sugar camp to discover the craft and history of maple sugaring before enjoying a scrumptious Maple Brunch in the log pancake house.
Fox Harb'r Golf Resort & Spa