Attractions & Events

Tidal Bore Rafting

Come explore and raft the highest tides in the world, right here in East Hants! Lonely Planet calls it one of the top five rivers in Canada The world’s highest… Full story

Fundy Tidal Interpretive Centre

The Fundy Tidal Interpretive Centre is a great place to visit during your exploration of East Hants. There’s plenty of on-site opportunities to learn about the history of the region and the… Full story

Burntcoat Head Park

Make memories in East Hants at Burntcoat Head Park, home of the world’s highest recorded tides. Nature comes alive with water levels reaching 16 metres higher at peak tide compared… Full story

Uniacke Estate Museum Park

A must see in East Hants is a visit to Uniacke Estate Museum Park – make it a full day excursion with time for tea in a one-of-a-kind heritage house… Full story

Dawson Dowell Park

Historic, picturesque with spectacular views: plan your picnic at Dawson Dowell Park in East Hants! Located at the edge of the village core of Maitland, this day-use Park provides easy… Full story

Walton Lighthouse

The Walton Lighthouse is a registered municipal heritage site – a recommended experience that showcases the many historic wonders of East Hants. Make sure to include a climb up to… Full story

Parks & Trails

East Hants is home to the world’s highest and lowest recorded tides, creating a playground like no other on the planet. Full story

Places to Play

There are so many places to play in East Hants!     Lions Den – Directions Dot Buchanan Park run by the Enfield, Elmsdale & District Lions Club has a playground,… Full story