The Olson's Retirement RV Adventures travel blog

Entering Peggys Cove.

Memorial ..location of SwissAir flight 111 disaster.

The story.

The lighthouse in the distance.

That is Oak Island out there. TV series Oak Island Treasure.

Tourist at the lighthouse.


Close as we get.

A man with live lobsters.

Showing off.

The village at Peggys Cove.

After Lunenburg, we drove around the bay to Peggys Cove. Peggy's Cove is a small rural community located on the eastern shore of St. Margarets Bay in Nova Scotia's Halifax region. It is famous for the light house established 1868. It is a beautiful setting both from a distance and up close.

When we got there, the cars were parked along the side of the road before the entrance. It is probably a 1/4 mile in and UP to the Lighthouse, so we just followed the cars and buses to the top. The parking lot was full, but as we pulled in a car back out and we took his spot. No climbing the hill.

As you will see on the pictures, the people were like ants all over the rocks surrounding the Lighthouse. We took some pictures and each got a Latte at the coffee shop, then headed back to camp. We took the Ca #102 back to camp, much faster.

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