Within Bear River
- Waterfront Peace Park
Stroll through the Waterfront Peace Park, with its Labyrinth and Community Greenhouse.
Follow the signs (by foot & car) and visit one of the many artist studios nestled into the hills of our village.
- Bear River Annual Cherry Carnival
The annual Bear River Cherry Carnival takes place each year on the third Saturday of July. A great family day, with its Grand Street Parade, Children’s Parade, Games and Entertainment for the kids, Rubber Duck Race, Community Fire Hall Dinner and a Fireworks display after dark. Watch the papers and flyers for a complete list of events.
Held each year in August at the Digby Exhibition Grounds, 854 Riverview Road, Bear River. The first Digby County Exhibition was held in 1879, and, with the exception of a year or two, has run continuously ever since. This Agricultural show is one of the oldest in the Province.
- Fred’s Hole
This local swimming hole is a few kilometers from downtown along River Road on your right just past Thomas Road. Watch out for poison ivy.
- Check Bear River Arts & Action for upcoming events.
In the Area
Contact Robert Wiebe to book a boat tour or fishing excursion on the Bear River or around the Annapolis Basin.
Royal Western NS Yacht Club & Marina, 100 Water Street, Digby, email@example.com Phone: 902-308-9799
Kejimkujik National Park & National Historic Site
Discover deep traditions in harmony with nature in Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site. A Dark Sky Preserve displays the science and stories of the stars. Aboriginal rock-art illuminates thousands of years of Mi’kmaw heritage. Interconnecting waterways and woodland trails lead paddlers and hikers through an ecosystem rich with wildlife.
Raven Haven Beachside Family Park
Free Public Access, Great Playground, Supervised Swimming, Canoe Rentals, Pedal Boat Rentals, Beach Volleyball, Campsite & Cabins
Sissiboo Landing – Weymouth
Sissiboo Landing is a Cultural Interpretive Center based on a wealth of information about the five cultures that founded Weymouth and continued to work and live in harmony. This Center is a great addition to the historic downtown with a beautiful waterfront that is frequented by eagles, osprey, wading birds and aquatic wildlife.