July 19, 2016
Rich in flavour, succulent to taste and treated like royalty in Nova Scotia; the scallop is world renowned.
In Digby, there is a whole festival dedicated to this historical shellfish. For 42 years, the Town of Digby has been hosting the annual Digby Scallop Days. As one of the offical event sponsors, we invite everyone to our Nova Scotia resort, to experience scallops first hand!
This year the scallop festival runs from Friday Aug. 5 until Sunday, Aug. 7. with three days chalked full of events, fireworks and scallops!
From a scallop shucking competition, scallop gear demonstration to a pet fashion show, you can't miss this annual Nova Scotia event.
July 18, 2016
The Wharf Rat Rally has been welcoming over 24,000 bikers to Nova Scotia, every year for the over a decade! The Rally will welcome back bikers and participants again this year from Wednesday, August 31 to Sunday, September 4.
As an official accommodations sponsor, Digby Pines Golf Resort & Spa has beautiful guest rooms so close, that you barely have to leave the event! You can dine on delectable scallops and enjoy East Coast fare, while being only minutes from the Rally.
The Wharf Rat Rally was conceived as a free event to bring together riders in a family friendly environment. From poker runs, demos, celebrity guests and scallop shucking, it has something for everybody!
Our Nova Scotia resort is family and pet friendly. With one, two and three bedroom cottages, there's room for the whole gang.
July 12, 2016
There is going to be food, fun and memories to last a lifetime. Sarting at 5:00 p.m. there will be hot dogs, drinks and popcorn available for sale.
All night there is face painting, a bouncy house, scavenger hunts and more!
In partnership with the Digby Convenience Store, who are providing our fireworks show!
July 5, 2016
The Admiral Digby Museum is a historical home converted into a museum, with rooms filled with archives and artifacts that relate to Maritime and Pioneering history. This includes ship models, navigational equipment and photographs.
The museum was named after Rear Admiral Robert Digby. It is one of the oldest standing structures in Digby, made with horsehair plaster and shortened doorways. The first floor of the house holds an original 1870 organ, a 1909 Phonograph and finally an 1890’s handcrafted grandfather clock.
Up the old staircase, the second floor houses vintage clothing, documents, ledgers, artifacts and models. A lot of these documents allow visitors to track their family history and learn about Digby’s enriched past.
Our Nova Scotia resort plays a huge part in the history of the Maritimes and the town of Digby with our property having been purchased by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1917.