Places to stay in Lake Charlotte, Nova Scotia
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Lake Charlotte is a lake and a community on the Eastern Shore of the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia. The community is located on the junction of Trunk 7 and Clam Harbour Beach Road, just under 60 kilometers from Downtown Halifax. Local dining options include Family Fries, The Lobster Shack, Reid J General Store, and Harbour Fish N' Fries.
Wondering where to stay? Travellers have a number of motel options available. If you are travelling in the area, Lake Charlotte is located close to Cuckold Island, Hen Island, Byron Island, North Run and Little Rocky Lake.
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- Longitude: -62°57'0.3020
- Latitude: 44°46'3.9845
Things to see and do
Black Sheep Gallery
Located at 1689 West Jeddore Road. Now in its fourth year, the Black Sheep Gallery is located less than one hour from Halifax, on Nova Scotia's picturesque Eastern Shore. Situated in a 1200 square foot converted fish plant on the shore of Jeddore Harbour, the gallery presents the work of over 40 Nova Scotia folk artists past and present.
Memory Lane Heritage Village
Located at Box 1937. Can you remember what it was like growing up during the 1940s in rural Nova Scotia? Do you wonder what everyday life was like for your parents, grandparents or relatives? Well now you can take a stroll through the Memory Lane Heritage Village and experience this era, which was less than a lifetime ago, but dramatically different from life today.
Musquodoboit Harbour Railway Museum
Located at P.O. Box 303. The Musquodoboit Railway Museum is housed in a restored 1918 Intercolonial Railway station in the centre of Musquodoboit Harbour. It provides a beautiful example of our architectural heritage and an ideal home for our large collection of Nova Scotia railway memorabilia. The collection includes a caboose, a snowplow, a shunter and an old CP combination car. Also included are assorted baggage wagons, a pump car and equipment used by the people who worked on the railway. The collection features a large selection of telegraph equipment and numerous photographs, documents and books related to rail travel in Nova Scotia. Visitors are encouraged to explore the museum, and learn more about our railway heritage. The Musquodoboit Railway Museum is supported by the many hours of dedicated service provided by volunteers and the generous contributions made by private donors. Through their efforts, we are able to preserve the history of our transportation legacy for future generations.
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