Recreation

Living on the shores of Molega Lake, your recreational choices on the water are many: paddling in kayak or canoe, boating, sailing, wind surfing, water skiing, swimming, and fishing.

Prefer more leisurely activities? Try walking, berry picking, photography, and watching the wildlife: deer, beaver, otter, mink, weasel, turtles, rabbit, bald eagles, various hawks, owls, loons, and ducks to mention a few.

Within a short drive, you can explore our ocean shorelines. The lots are central to both the shores of the Bay of Fundy and the Atlantic Ocean. The seashores provide many recreational opportunities with their varied rocky coast lines and long sandy beaches. Other activities might include diving, clam digging, deep sea fishing, ocean kayaking, and whale watching.

To give you a taste of the outdoor recreational opportunities in Nova Scotia, see list of links below. There are plenty of cultural, historical and entertaining activities nearby to choose from too!

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Pair of Oxen at Ross Farm Museum, New Ross, Nova Scotia

Pair of Oxen at Ross Farm Museum, New Ross, Nova Scotia

Imagine – this could be your wharf on your water front! Dive in!

Imagine – this could be your wharf on your water front! Dive in!

Family enjoys a stroll on Carters Beach, Nova Scotia

Family enjoys a stroll on Carters Beach, Nova Scotia

Sea kayaking is a great way to explore the shoreline at Carter’s Beach, Nova Scotia

Sea kayaking is a great way to explore the shoreline at Carter’s Beach, Nova Scotia

Spectacular View of Cape Split on the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia

Spectacular View of Cape Split on the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia