Mahone Bay | Nova Scotia | Canada
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THINGS TO DO
There's plenty to do in Mahone Bay.
Oak Island Interpretive Centre & Tours
Oak Island Interpretive Centre & Tours
Oak Island, made famous by the History Channel Show "The Curse of Oak Island", is privately owned and a short drive from Mahone Bay. The interpretation centre is currently CLOSED for the season due to Covid. However, tours may be available soon, so visit the website to check on availability. Sometimes a spot will mysteriously appear!
Salty Dog Tours
Salty Dog Tours
Get your adventure on as you explore by boat the mysteries of Oak Island and the magic of the greater Mahone Bay area. Enjoy one of the guided Sea Tours around Oak Island, which sail daily from Oak Island Resort out and around the infamous Island. Take a narrated trip by sea to view the key sites of the island as seen on the History Channel show "The Curse of Oak Island"!
Pleasant Paddling
Pleasant Paddling
Pleasant Paddling believes that Blue Rocks has some of the best coastlines in the world. Their goal is to show everyone that the way to explore Nova Scotia’s spectacular shoreline is by sea kayak.
Petite Riviere Winery
Petite Riviere Winery
Petite Riviere Winery is a destination winery in the LaHave River Valley Wine Region on the south shore of Nova Scotia. Its winery location is idyllic, serene and located within 5-miles of three of the province’s most beautiful beaches. The setting is picturesque and well worth an afternoon's visit!
Local Walking Trails
Local Walking Trails
Hike the spectacular trails around Mahone Bay. Enjoy the beauty that nature has to offer along the beautiful South Shore of Nova Scotia!
Sweet Ride Cycling
Sweet Ride Cycling
E-Bikes, Fat Bikes, Kids Bikes, you name it, Sweet Ride Cycle will rent it to you! Explore some great local trails and enjoy the beauty of the South Shore.
Saltbox Brewing  Company
Saltbox Brewing Company
Salt Box Brewing Company celebrates the development of the skills and artistry required to create a fresh, full-flavored beer for consumption by the local community. Their motto is, “think social, and drink local.”
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