Hubbards is about 45 kilometres south west of Halifax on Highway #3. It is a
thriving community by the ocean, with good shopping facilities. Hubbards also
has a beautiful harbour (Hubbards Cove). For accommodation try the
Just east of Hubbards on Highway #3 is
Queensland Beach, another favourite spot in summer.
Those wishing to dine in Hubbards have a variety of choices. These include the Trellis Cafe, the Outback Cafe and the Teal House (which also sells
The Shore Club
offer a more formal dining menu. Hubbards Shopping Centre and Hubbards
Square provide a variety of services for travellers. These include a bank,
food, liquor, hardware and variety stores.
Hubbards is the eastern "gateway" to the Aspotogan Peninsula, for this is where
Highway #329 begins. The western "gateway" is East River. This highway follows
the shoreline of the peninsula for about 40 kilometres from Hubbards to East
River. It is a beautiful drive with lots to see and do en route. Scenic spots
along the way are Fox Point, Mill Cove, Birchy Head, The Lodge, North West
Cove, South West Cove, Aspotogan, Bayswater, Blandford, Deep Cove and East
River. Use the links above to explore what this area has to offer.