Bridgewater is a thriving town nestled in the heart of the LaHave River Valley in Nova Scotia, Canada. Tree covered slopes and fertile drumlin hills made this an ideal location for settlement to grow and prosper. Known as the "Main Street of the South Shore", Bridgewater offers numerous amenities including restaurants, accommodations, a traditional mainstreet as well as a bustling mall, banks, regional hospital, parks and museums, recreational facilities and a visitor information center.
Bridgewater is the largest town in the South Shore region. While the majority of the South Shore's economy is based upon the tourist trade, Bridgewater is more a commercial and industrial centre and attracts far fewer visitors. However, there is still a lot to do: Hiking, Biking, Walking, Golfing, Kayaking, Sight-seeing, Shopping, Exploring, Fishing, Sailing, or maybe just Relaxing? Regardless of which 'ing' is your thing, the South Shore of Nova Scotia has much to offer and Bridgewater is the perfect place from which to launch your adventure!
We offer a wide range of experiences and services for our visitors, both locals and visitors from away!
Built in 1860, this water-powered mill in Bridgewater is the only survivor of an early industrial park that included seven small...