Mount Uniacke, Nova Scotia
In East Hants, you will find a 4 season eco-adventure destination with recreational opportunities around every corner. Exploring our many parks and over 50 km of trails is a great way to keep active and provides outdoor adventures for the whole family
Walton Lighthouse Trail:
Constructed in 1873, the Walton lighthouse is one of the few lighthouses in which you are able to climb the stairs and access the lantern room. As a popular tourist spot one can enjoy the breathtaking landscape and enjoy the tides.
Located at 119 Lorne Smith Road off the Highway 215 in Walton, one can enjoy the picturesque park complete with washroom facilities, gazebo, picnic area, and walking trail! Entertainment & Music.
Uniacke Estate Museum Park
Along the peaceful shores of Lake Martha, at 758 Highway 1 in Mount Uniacke is the Uniacke Estate Park. Built almost 200 years ago by then Attorney General Richard John Uniacke the elegant country estate now a provincial museum is a beautiful heritage site to visit!
Eight interpretive nature trails will help you explore the sprawling 930-hectare estate with its rich natural heritage, historic archeological sites, and splendid forests and vistas.
Over 18 km of trails contain 6 loops ranging from moderate to challenging and will definitely provide hours of refreshing outdoor activity.
Local golf courses that offer great views and local hospitality include Nine Mile River, Shubenacadie, Uniacke Pines, East Hants Sportsplex (driving range).
Uniacke District School
Sackville Heights Elementary
Harry R Hamilton Elementary