From Bridgetown, the well-known city of Moncton is 90 miles (145 kilometers) to the north.
While it can be tempting to just chill out when holidaying in Bridgetown, don't forget, the surrounding region's numerous scenic wonders lie just beyond your doorstep. West Springhill and Greenwood are two more places worth visiting while you're in Nova Scotia.
When it's time to explore beyond Bridgetown, check out the nearest regional area. Saint John lies 50 miles (80 kilometers) away and is home to visitor attractions like Harbour Station, Charles Gorman Arena and Lord Beaverbrook Rink. Stewart Hurley Arena, University of New Brunswick - Saint John and Hilton Belyea Arena are also good places to visit.
Nova Scotia offers visitors some significant churches and other places of worship, great places to get an insight into Bridgetown's gentler side. Many people who visit Nova Scotia are often delighted to discover the gardens, open-air museums and lighthouses dotted throughout the region.
There are plenty of adventures to be savoured in the region around Nova Scotia. Have a go at quad biking or four-wheel driving to really know you are alive. When the temperature goes down, visit the Bridgetown area. Grab your woollen hat and scarf and try the sports here. Try cross-country skiing or skiing.
Always remember, travel is the only thing you can buy that makes you richer. Your time in this city will reward you with memories you'll forever treasure.