With the Maritime Bubble in effect, we on the East Coast of Canada have an amazing opportunity to rediscover our home turf. Here at Coastal Inns, we have an amazing opportunity to be with you every step of the way from Moncton to Sackville, from Antigonish to Halifax, and Dartmouth to Digby. So many of us love the idea of getting away from home in the summertime that we forget all the amazing things that bring the tourists to us. Not sure where to start? Stick around; we’re going to help.
While so many places and local attractions have found ways to open their doors and welcome guests, there are going to be some potential changes to hours of operation, limitations on seating, etc. While it’s always a good idea to call or check out the websites of places you want to visit – right now this is even more true! Do a little bit of research so you’re prepared and can plan around when the places you want to visit will be open.
Halifax: If you’re a history buff, Halifax is the place for you. Home to Citadel Hill, the Titanic Grave Site, and the Halifax Town Clock, the vibrant history of Halifax is alive on every street corner!
Dartmouth: Just across the McKay or McDonald bridges, brings you to Dartmouth, with the Black Cultural Centre, the Dartmouth Heritage Museum, and the Pirates Cove waterslides at the Dartmouth Sportsplex, there is a lot do you for you and your family!
Digby: Nova Scotia’s Fundy Shore awaits you in Digby! Work on your golf game at The Pines seaside course, take the family whale watching, or visit the Switzerland of Nova Scotia at Bear River! Adventure awaits!
Antigonish: Home of world-renowned St Francis Xavier University, Antigonish has everything you need from the sandy beaches of the Northumberland Strait to the Cape George Lighthouse, and the equally world-renowned Peace by Chocolate storefront! The beach, and chocolate? What could be better?
Moncton: Take a walk along the Petitcodiac River and see the tidal bore, learn about the history of Moncton as the hub of The Maritimes at Resurgo Place, or prep for anything that might come your way at Bass Pro Shops! Our Moncton location is perfectly situated for whatever you need!
Sackville: The Sackville Waterfowl Park, and the Fort Beausejour National Historic Site, lots of local shops and iconic local restaurants. Sackville has a wide range of activities that appeal to an even wider range of people! Even a walk through the Mount Alison University campus can while away an afternoon!