Malagash Vacation Cottages - Cambra Sands Activities
Summer at Cambra Sands...
Our shoreline and beach offer an irresistible invitation to enjoy the warmest salt water north of the Carolinas. Imagine exploring the ocean floor at low tide, discovering clams and other treasures that are gifts of the waves.
Winter at Cambra Sands...
Enjoy 10 km of cross country ski trails accessible from your doorstep!
Downhill enthusiasts can enjoy Wentworth Ski hill only 20 minutes away in Wentworth Valley.
Snowmobiling includes access to the Trans Canada Trail system as well as many roads and trails in the area, accessible right from Cambra Sands.
Over 168 species of birds have been recorded in and around Wallace Bay. Our 10-acre peninsula provides a great viewing point to see them and enjoy the peaceful tidal beauty.
Greet the day sitting on our beach front deck watching the sunrise or relax in our oceanfront gazebo hot tub at evening time and enjoy the incredible colours of a north shore sunset. Or take a leisurely stroll, following the walking trails throughout Cambra Sands and enjoy learning about the native vegetation and wildlife.
- Horse Shoe pits
- Giant Checkers Set
- Children's playground
- Boat Tours (local operators available upon request)
- Kayak / Canoe Tours (local operators available upon request)
Malagash Salt Miners' Museum
Open June 15 - September 15
Blue Sea Corner Provincial Park
Near the top of the Malagash peninsula
North Shore Hike, Malagash
Enjoy wine tastings, locally inspired gourmet fare, and browsing our broad selection of wines and wine merchandise in our boutique.
Try small batch ciders ranging from fully dry scrumpies, off dry honey infused, aromatic cysers, and our fruit forward farmyard series.
Mon Repos Day Spa
Full esthetics services available.
Wallace Area Museum
Wallace Bay National Wildlife Area
Located 2.5 km west of Wallace on the old Bidou Road
Heritage Gardens Walking Trails
Intercolonial Railway Station
Open May to September
Phone # 902-657-3285
Tatamagouche Brewing Company
A family owned and operated microbrewery in the heart of Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia, making small handcrafted batches of organic beer.