Introduction

Peaceful parks, tranquil gardens and stimulating trails dot the town's landscape. Shipyard's Landing provides a convenient launch for boaters to explore the river or coastline or you can simply choose to day moor, picnic, and enjoy the river scenery. Jog or hike along 8km of the scenic Centennial Trail. Travel inland by car to see quaint villages and countryside. Bike along the LaHave River heading for the open sea on either the east or West Side of the river. Whichever way you go, get ready for some of the province's most spectacular scenery and interesting locales within minutes; such as the world famous and beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Town of Lunenburg.

With the lovely LaHave River running through it, the Bridgewater area is also virtually surrounded by water. Not to mention the hundreds of crystal clear inland lakes, rivers and streams in close proximity! It's little wonder that water activities ranging from sailing to power boating, kayaking to canoeing, windsurfing to water-skiing feature high on everyone's list of " favourite things to do in Bridgewater".