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Town Hall - 295 George Street, Stewiacke NS, B0N 2J0 | (902) 639-2231

Relaxing Summer Fun for the Whole Family

big river cafeWho doesn’t love taking a summer drive to visit a new place? If you start out on the #2 highway, with Stewiacke as your destination, you’ll find just what you need.

In addition to the beautiful countryside, you’ll see rolling hills, endless farmland, and unique spots like the Meadows Two Rivers Tidal Bore Viewing Area where you will see the confluence of the Shubenacadie and Stewiacke rivers, view eagles and see a tidal bore and so much more…

Once you arrive in Stewiacke, be sure to stop for a quick coffee and breakfast at one of the many local spots like Tim Hortons, Robins or Subway or stop in for a coffee and a treat at Big River Café.

dog trailSpend the morning strolling the many scenic trails in the area, including Stewiacke River Country Trail and the John Crawford Trail. If your four-legged friends are with you, be sure to visit the Barking Lot, located at the recreation fields as part of the River Country Trail. You can walk your dog off-leash in a fenced-in area, including a separate section for smaller dogs.

There are Many Options

sign postAfter grabbing a quick lunch at one of the many options near Mastodon Ridge, at Exit 11, be sure to get in some shopping at the Stewiacke Gift Boutique and enjoy a local beverage at Coldstream Clear.

The kids are sure to love the new SplashPad located in Dennis Park in downtown Stewiacke for a wet and wild afternoon of fun and excitement. Dennis Park also has an extensive children’s playground, basketball court, workout area and a walking track.

golf in StewiackeIf golf is your thing be sure to book a quick 9 or full 18 holes at the Fox Hollow Golf Course and enjoy delicious snacks or a full meal and drinks in their fully licensed clubhouse.

Be sure to book an end-of-day, relaxing spa treatment at the Abalone Retreat before having dinner off the vast, popular menu at Whistlers Pub, while enjoying some live entertainment.

And don’t forget to fill your car up with gas at Exit 11 on your way back out of town.

If you’d like to make a night of it, consider staying at the Nelson House Bed & Breakfast, or the Trinity Airbnb.