Accommodations Nova Scotia

Your Guide To Accommodations In Nova Scotia

Bridgetown, Nova Scotia

Incorporated in 1897, Bridgetown is a quiet, picturesque community nestled along the banks of the Annapolis River. The Bridgetown area has a wide variety of accommodations, including Bed and Breakfast accommodations, campgrounds, motels, cabins and chalets on the mountain.

Centrally located, visitors can take day trips to Annapolis and Digby in one direction and Middleton to Wolfville in the other direction. Bridgetown has always been a very sports-oriented community offering a swimming pool, arena, tennis courts, ball fields, soccer fields, curling club and even a lawn bowling club. Jubilee Park offers a picnic area and a boat launch, where visitors can canoe or kayak the beautiful Annapolis River.

  • Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Park - 232 Granville Street, Bridgetown: A beautiful waterfront park on the Annapolis River. The park is home to Bridgetown's Visitor Information Centre and hosts many festivals and events. There are picnic tables, washrooms, a bandstand and a boat launch. Kayak lessons and rentals are available on site. 
  • Historic Cyprus Walk – take a self guided tour and enjoy the beauty and history of this little town while following our “blue line”. Guidebooks are available at the Visitor Information Center located in Jubilee Park and the Town Hall.
  • James House Museum – open during the summer months, this museum features many exhibits of the local area and its history.
  • Valleyview Provincial Park – this provincial park, located on top of the North Mountain overlooking the valley and the town, offers beautiful wooded lots, hiking trails and picnic grounds.
  • Hampton Lighthouse – just minutes from Bridgetown to the Bay of Fundy to view the tides and see the lighthouse.

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