Boat rentals at Mountain Top can be enjoyed by all members of the family, and they are still just $3 per 30 minutes.
Our heated outdoor pool can be enjoyed for hours and is the perfect way to cool down on a hot summers day. Open daily 10am-9pm.
We have 3 playgrounds scattered around the grounds here at Mountain top and they are great places for the kids to let off a little steam.
Everyone in the family can enjoy a fun wagon ride around Mountain top to see the sights. These rides are just 25 cents per person.
What better way to end your day than huddled around the campfire with the people you care about. We can offer wood for just $5 a bundle.
Everyone loves feeding the ducks here at Mountain top, so grab some cracked corn from our office and head down the the lake to make some new friends.
Why not put your feet in the sand and have a friendly game of volleyball with family or friends? It is great exercise and you are sure to have lots of laughs too.
Our Critter Hunt is a popular activity for both the young and the young at heart. Download the PDF to your phone at the bottom of this page.
Other activities include, horseshoes, badminton, walking trails as well as searching for turtles, frogs and other wildlife around the property.
If you have never seen a 27’ tide, visit the active Lobster fishing wharf in Parker’s Cove at high tide and take a picture and then return in about 6 hours and take another picture. It is an amazing to see what happened to all that water. There is also a Seafood Market there too.
Oaklawn Farm offers a traditional Family Farm-like setting, along with a mix of exotic animal species. Oaklawn Farm provides an up close animal experience, in a natural environment. From chickens to monkeys, horses, lions, pythons you’re sure to find the animal in you!
If you like to go on long walks, the Delaps Cove Wilderness Trail system consists of two nature trails; a 2.2 km loop and a 1.9 km loop. It is a beautiful spot if you are looking to spend a few hours walking and talking.
In a beautiful setting overlooking a tidal river valley, the Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens is a premiere Nova Scotia attraction showcasing gardening methods as well as designs and materials representing more than four hundred years of local history.
Port-Royal National Historic Site features a reconstruction of the Habitation, an enclosed wooden compound. In 1605, Samuel de Champlain helped establish one of the earliest European settlements in North America on land that is the traditional homeland of the Mi’kmaq.
Step foot onto one of the most hotly contested pieces of land on the entire continent which became Canada’s first administered National Historic Site in 1917: Fort Anne. The land on which Fort Anne now stands is part of the traditional homeland of the Mi’kmaq.
Annapolis Royal Farmers & Traders Market is Nova Scotia’s largest and longest running outdoor Farmers Market with 100+ vendors each Saturday. You’ll find everything from farm-fresh produce, fresh-baked breads and other baked goods, jams and jellies, locally produced beer, wine, spirits, locally roasted fair-trade coffee, and so much more.