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Nova Scotia Land for Sale:  Ocean View Lots

Golden Horizon Drive, South West Port Mouton, NS

Attractions and Activities Around Port Mouton Bay

With its stunning shoreline, the area attracts tourists from near and far. Tourists and locals can choose from seaside restaurants, accomodations, parks and campgrounds.

Tourism and Recreation in Port Mouton Bay

Prime tourist facilities and attractions in the Bay include:

The Bay is renowned for its many white sand beaches. Some have services like change rooms and washrooms; others are undeveloped beaches - long stretches of gently sloping sand, dune grass, and few people!

  • Carter's Beach
  • Back Beach (on Port Mouton Island)
  • Hunts Point Beach
  • Summerville Beach
  • South West Port Mouton Beach
  • Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct beaches (just outside the Bay)
  • White Point Beach
  • Wobemkak Beach

Nearby Parks

Just outside of Port Mouton Bay, are two renowned parks. Both offer walking trails along the coast, providing spectacular views of the coastline with its plentiful marine life. Seals are often spotted sunbathing on the rocks of the Seaside Adjunct.

Outdoor Recreation Opportunities

With many beaches, islands, and shorelines to explore, outdoor and nature enthusiats will find endless ways to enjoy the outdoors:

  • boating and sailing - numerous wharves located in the Bay
  • kayaking
  • boogie boarding
  • Diving - including Matthew Atlantic dive site (artificial reef created by fishing boat)
  • bird-watching
  • swimming
  • walking, sitting and sun bathing on the beach
  • hiking
  • biking
  • kite flying - (no power poles on the beaches)
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Winter view of beach at Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct Winter view of beach at Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct
Sailors, boaters, and beach goers enjoy the beach Boaters and beach goers enjoy summer time at Wobemkak Beach, Port Mouton Bay, Nova Scotia