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The town of Hubbards Cove, contains a Canadian rural community on the South shore of Nova Scotia. Hubbards Cove, sits outside the county line bordering Halifax and Lunenburg County. In the earlier part of the 20th century Hubbards, had its humble beginnings as a successful fishing community. During the Cold War, the Canadian Forces established a naval radio of Mill Cove in 1967.
Hubbards Cove, is renowned as a popular summer vacation destination. Numerous cottages, inns, camping grounds, restaurants and the famous Shore Club (the last of Nova Scotia’s great dance halls) contribute to the healthy summer economy of this quaint town.
Hubbards Cove, features a picturesque locale, with a yacht club, Nova Scotia’s smallest provincial park, camp grounds and the illustrious “Ten Beaches” within distance of one another.
Ten Beaches is a magnet for nature lovers, where one can explore nature at its best. Hubbards Cove encompasses pristine sand beaches leading to quaint fishing villages, lush green rolling hills and wilderness trails. In addition, Hubbards Cove, features kayaking, hiking and biking for serious adventurers. For a more relaxing pace, visitors to Hubbards Cove, should try coastal boating, sailing or a driving tour.