Centreville, Nova Scotia
The community of Centreville is located on Route 359,which heads towards the North Mountain and is minutes away from the magnificent Bay of Fundy and the quaint fishing village of Hall’s Harbour. This friendly, safe community is a one-hour drive from Halifax and boasts a municipal sewer system and reasonable housing prices and tax rates
The central location of this family-oriented community makes for easy access to the towns of Kentville and Wolfville and the village of New Minas, and hence fine dining, live theater, Acadia University, shopping malls,and an excellent medical facility and services.
Centreville has a beautiful park with walking trails, a play ground, and well-equipped baseball and soccer fields.For golf enthusiasts there is Eagle Crest, a scenic 18-hole golf course. The Charles MacDonald Concrete Museum of Centreville is an interesting display of folk art in concrete.
DSCF0006The Centreville Community Hall is well used by the Centreville District Community Development Association (CDCDA), the Good Neighbour Club, Pins and Needles, and other community social and youth groups. The Good Neighbour Club hosts the “BIG Breakfast” every third Saturday, except July, August, October and December.
Local Area attractions include:
- Miner’s Marsh – A popular nature trail
- Cape Split Trail – One of Nova Scotia’s most famous coastal views
- Prescott House Museum
- Ross Farm Heritage Museum
- The Tangled Garden – Beautiful gardens and tasty treats!
- Aldershot Elementary School
- Kings County Academy
- Glooscap Elementary School
- Port Williams Elementary School
- Nova Scotia Community College – Kingstec Campus