Friday, February 19th, 2016
We have a lot of travelers from out of province, so it’s always a treat for Liscombe Lodge to be able to give them some local flavour!
The Soap Company of Nova Scotia is a short drive from Liscombe, in Sherbrooke. A local business that is looking to improve your family, home and pets, naturally!
They offer hand soaps, cold weather skin care and pet shampoo! The products come in small batches and are very affordable.
From soaps to shampoos, the fun doesn’t stop there! They also offer workshops. You can order pounds of grated soap or you can host your own soap making workshop.
The Soap Company of Nova Scotia offers something for everyone and they’re only minutes from Liscombe Lodge!
Friday, February 12th, 2016
When families disconnect, they reconnect at Liscombe Lodge Resort. Nestled on the shore of the Liscomb River, our rustic chalets and free activities are the perfect venue for a family reunion!
With our on site marina and endless list of activities, you’ll never be bored! We offer free kayaking, canoeing, shuffleboard, paddle boats, fishing…the list goes on!
Not sure where to start? That’s where we come in, we have a dedicated sales team to make your planning stress free, there’s no detail too small!
Not to mention our kids menu; kid chosen, Mom approved! From chicken fingers to quesadillas, there is something for every kiddo!
We’ll build a schedule for the whole reunion, with cottages, chalets and suites, there is room for the whole family! (And their pets!). Our Nova Scotia resort is waiting for you to make memories this summer!
Friday, February 5th, 2016
The hard work of the St. Mary’s River Association allows our guests to explore Nova Scotia’s extensive fishing culture.
Located a short drive from Liscombe Lodge, the St. Mary’s River is a stunning piece of history, that continues to serve as a source of education and recreation for Nova Scotia.
The St. Mary’s River Association Education and Interpretive Centre has fascinating displays of exhibits related to salmon angling on the St. Mary’s River. They have an excellent collection of photos, fishing tackle and memorabilia of famous anglers such as Lee Wulff and the legendary Babe Ruth!
Learn about the life cycle of the Atlantic salmon, as well as what they eat and what eats them. You’ll also see exhibits on local wildlife including the Nova Scotia wood turtle, birds, butterflies and bats.