The Pictou Lodge Resort is an all-inclusive vacation resort in Nova Scotia that features a private beach and plenty of outdoor entertainment. Pictou Lodge Resort is the closest accommodation to PEI ferry terminal. Featuring historical log architecture, the resort is located on 165 acres of wooded land, with over 1/2 km of ocean frontage and a private beach where guests can enjoy swimming and sunbathing. We have bicycles available to explore the area. Pictou Lodge Resort has a longstanding reputation as a Pictou County landmark. Whether you are staying with us as a guest, or just dropping by for a visit, everyone is welcome to enjoy this beautiful oceanside property. Canoes and paddleboats are available for guest use in our large fresh water pond. Our recreational area has propane barbeques for guest use, with a heated outdoor pool. The swimming pool is available from 10:00 a.m. to dusk. The video games room has coin operated arcade games and pool table. Lawn games include volleyball, horseshoes and a basketball hoop. There is a LIFE-SIZED checkerboard situated by the pool. We also have a fire pit on the beach and a mini driving range. During July and August, we offer special children’s activities daily. Experience the beauty of this region while walking along the beach. It is a great area for photographers and outdoor enthusiasts. There are abundant opportunities for birdwatching at Pictou Lodge Resort. We even have a bird watching kit available at the front desk. Something Special from our Gift Shop. Our gift shop offers many unique and wonderful Maritime gifts, which we have chosen with great care. Whether you are shopping for a gift, or just browsing for a special Maritime memory item, we’re sure you’ll be intrigued with our selection.
Nova Scotia Travel and Tourism
The port town of Pictou is the most popular area for tourism in Nova Scotia. Located on the north shore, many Scottish settlers came to Pictou in the 18th century, leading to its slogan as “The Birthplace of New Scotland.” The Hector Festival, celebrating the boat Hector that brought many of those settlers to Pictou, is every August. The beaches and ferry trips to Price Edward Island and New Glasgow make it a great attraction. Pictou County Attractions * McCulloch House Museum * Hector National Exhibit Centre * deCoste Entertainment Centre * Northumberland Fisheries Museum * Nova Scotia Museum of Industry