Bridgewater Nova Scotia

Bridgewater Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is one of Canada’s three Maritime provinces and is the most populous province of the four in Atlantic Canada. Located almost exactly halfway between the Equator and the North Pole, its provincial capital is Halifax. Wikipedia

South Shore Nova Scotia

The Province of Nova Scotia is located on Canada’s East Coast and covers an area of 55,500 sq. km. Bridgewater, Lunenburg County is the largest centre on Nova Scotia’s South Shore with a land area of 13.35 square km. 

Situated on the LaHave River, Bridgewater is 15 miles from the Atlantic Ocean and strategically located only 1 hour (100 km) south west of Nova Scotia’s capital city, Halifax and only 1-1/2 hours from the Halifax International Airport. The international ferries in Yarmouth are approximately 2 1/2 hours from Bridgewater. Location Maps

Bridgewater is a thriving town nestled in the heart of the LaHave River Valley. Known as the “Mainstreet of the South Shore”. Known as the “Mainstreet of the South Shore”, Bridgewater is strategically located with ample amenities to serve its role as a regional commercial centre. Residents enjoy a small town quality of life with convenient access to a wealth of recreational opportunities.

I have been living on the South Shore for 10 years and am a native Nova Scotian with a true love of this beautiful province. Our towns are fairly small and friendly (ranging form a few thousand to approximately 8,000 in Bridgewater) and also equipped with all the amenities necessary for comfortable living. You are never more than an hour from the ocean and Lakes and rivers abound. Whether it is sea breezes, bold ocean front, community living in one of our great towns, or country living you seek, you will not be disappointed.

Explore the South Shore’s Scenic Lighthouse Route

Let the Lighthouse Route guide you through the South Shore region, along rugged, wave-carved headlands, tranquil island-studded bays, historic towns and weathered fishing villages where legends of the sea come alive. We have over 20 lighthouses, from the Cape Forchu Lightstation in Yarmouth to our most famous lighthouse in Peggy’s Cove.