Nova Scotia Lobster Trail 2020
Nova Scotia lobster is world-famous – and for good reason. We have some of the most fertile lobster fishing grounds, not just in Canada, but on the planet.
With stops spread out over all seven regions of the province, the Nova Scotia Lobster Trail is the perfect summer adventure. Below we’ve highlighted just a few of the participants on this year’s trail and the lobster items they have to offer.
To digitally check-in at a trail stop and to find a list of all the participants on this year’s Nova Scotia Lobster Trail, visit novascotialobstertrail.com.
Collecting stamps has never been easier! Here is how you can take steps toward prizes using our online passports:
- Visit a Lobster Trail Stop
Head over to one of our participating Trail Stop locations.
- Eat Nova Scotia Lobster
What will you crack open?
- Get your stamp
Snap a photo and check into the trail stop location through your online profile to get your stamp.
- Enter to Win Prizes!
5 stamps will earn you an entry into one our grand prize draws and a limited edition Lobster Trail t-shirt (while supplies last). Then submit your passport stamps here.
Inverary Resort is located on the world-famous Cabot Trail! Fuel up with a lakeside lobster dinner which includes de-shelled & butter-poached lobster tail & claws with layered potato salad, local vegetables and smoked aioli before heading onto the trail.
The signature offering at Dartmouth’s Evans Fresh Seafood’s is a warm lobster roll that features Nova Scotia lobster mixed with mayo and sauteed onions, topped with crunchy lettuce for texture and freshness and served in a toasty locally-sourced hot dog style bun. But we can’t forget about their specialty item, delicious lobster poutine!
The Shore Club’s Lobster Supper is a quintessential Nova Scotian experience. In addition to the freshly caught local lobster, your dinner includes all-you-can-eat salad bar and mussels, plus potato salad and your choice of dessert.
Yarmouth & Acadian Shores
Watch the sunset and experience a gourmet getaway by the sea on the main deck overlooking Lobster Bay at the Argyler Lodge and Restaurant. Their signature offerings include creamed lobster and Lobster Bay au gratin.
A lobster roll is the perfect lunch on a summer’s day in Nova Scotia. Lucky for us, the signature dish at Antigonish’s Snow Queen is a delicious lobster roll full of Nova Scotia lobster meat. Looking for something a little different – this is just one of the many delicious lobster dishes they offer.
Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley
Halls Harbour Lobster Pound offers a wide variety of lobster items including everything from a traditional lobster dinner to a grilled lobster and cheese sandwich – there’s truly something for everyone!
If you’re looking for a great excuse to head to Sheet Harbour look no further! The Henley House offers this delicious lobster roll and more on their menu!