The Town of Clark's Harbour is located on Cape Sable Island, which is on the beautiful south shore of Nova Scotia. This little town of a little over 800 people will catch your attention with the white sand beaches and beautiful blue water that surrounds it. The main industry here is lobster fishing. Clark's Harbour is the southernmost town in Nova Scotia.
This small fishing town has character all of its own, and is a peaceful, relaxing place to visit. In the middle of the town there is a Royal Bank of Canada, Canada Post Corporation, service stations, a grocery store, a restaurant, a tourist bureau, recreation facilities and much more to satisfy anyone's needs. Most of the people who reside in Clark's Harbour rely on the fishing industry to make a living. That includes fishing, lobstering, and boat building. Clark's Harbour has many things for everyone. It has bird watching for the nature lovers, ball fields for the sports fans, and lots of great restaurants that specialize in our famous seafood.
The Seaside Heritage Centre building is once again enjoying its place of prominence within the Town.