Uke Camp Events
3 Strum Sessions
Lunch Provided Everyday
Shelburne Tourism - http://www.shelburnenovascotia.com/
Where to Eat - http://www.shelburnenovascotia.com/dining.htm
Where to Stay - http://www.shelburnenovascotia.com/lodging.htm
Whirligig & Weathervane Festival - http://www.whirligigfestival.com/
Town of Shelburne - http://www.town.shelburne.ns.ca/
Shelburne Museums & History - http://www.shelburnenovascotia.com/museums.htm
HOW TO GET HERE
Nova Scotia is a peninsula, surrounded on three sides by water and Shelburne is located on the western South Shore. This provides us with some of the most scenic coastline vistas in the world. Seaside fishing villages, isolated inlets and beaches a plenty await the traveler. We are literally "thrust" in to the Atlantic Ocean at the very Eastern tip of mainland Canada.
Follow the Trans-Canada Highway, Interstate 95, or a host of routes from the New England States and Quebec through New Brunswick to Nova Scotia and... on to Shelburne. From Prince Edward Island, you can take the Confederation Bridge or the ferry from Wood Islands PEI, to Caribou, NS. There is a ferry from Saint John, New Brunswick to Digby, again, a short drive to Shelburne. If you are traveling from Newfoundland, you will enter Nova Scotia in North Sydney via ferries from Port-aux-Basques or Argentia.
You will fly into Halifax Stanfield International Airport (YHZ). It is located 227 kms from Shelburne in the commuity of Enfield NS. From there you will have to rent a car or hire a bus service to bring you to Shelburne.
From the airport you will travel on highway 102 south toward Halifax and then turn off west on highway 103 toward the south shore.
Shelburne is located at exit 25 & 26 along highway 103.
South Shore Transportation
Cloud Nine Shuttle