For a small town we have plenty of things to do to keep you occupied. We have museums that tell the story of our culture and history and also we have outdoor attractions to explore our nature. Allow yourself to be curious and explore our Town.

Since we are a fishing community, you may want to bring your fishing gear and try your luck for the catch of the day.

Please keep all pets on a leash and garbage disposal units are available for their waste.

See below and to the right for a selection of places available to you.

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  • Lockeport Crescent Beach

    157 Locke Street, Lockeport, Nova Scotia B0T 1L0, Canada

    Once featured on the Canadian 50 dollar bill (1954), Crescent Beach has clear, sparkling blue water and white sand that stretches a mile long.

  • Buchanan’s Beach

    6 Ginger Hill Road, Lockeport, Nova Scotia BOT 1L0, Canada

    This beach is secluded and private, yet close enough to Crescent Beach to be easily accessed. It is located just beyond Ginger Hill on the western end of Crescent Beach.

  • Col’ Locke’s Beach

    South Street, Lockeport, Nova Scotia B0T 1L0, Canada

    This hidden gem is a local favourite. It is a great spot for picnics or to go swimming with the kids. It is a wonderful spot to go for a relaxing afternoon with a good book.

  • Freddy’s Beach

    South Street, Lockeport, Nova Scotia B0T 1L0, Canada

    Situated in the middle of the harbour, Freddy’s Beach is the perfect place to launch a kayak or other small boats to explore the wharves, or even venture beyond the breakwater to explore the bay.

  • Louis Head Beach

    West Sable Road, Louis Head, Nova Scotia B0T 1V0, Canada

    A beautiful 1.8 km long sand beach is an ideal launching area for kayaking and a lovely place for a walk.

  • Rood’s Head Park

    Chetwynd Lane, Lockeport, Nova Scotia B0T 1L0, Canada

    A little piece of nature perched atop a crag on the southern end of Lockeport’s main island. Roods Head offers breathtaking views of Crescent Beach, Gull Rock Lighthouse and breaking surf. From the coastal look off, a short walking trail can take you to a small beach at sea-level.

  • Run / Walk / Bike the Town

    157 Locke Street, Lockeport, Nova Scotia B0T 1L0, Canada

    Walk/Run the famous, mile long, white sand Crescent Beach, join the boardwalk from the Crescent Beach Centre leading to the island and explore this quiet, peaceful Town. Everything is within walking distance.

  • Seaside Play Park

    57 Hall Street, Lockeport, Nova Scotia B0T 1L0, Canada

    Open from mid May to the end of October from dawn til dusk. This is an unsupervised playground so an adult must accompany young children.