July 4, 2017 7:19 am Posted In: News Releases
WALLACE, NS – July 4, 2017 – The outdoor activities roster at Fox Harb’r Resort (www.foxharbr.com) has expanded with the addition of sit-inside sea kayaks. The fleet includes two tandems, six singles and two juniors.
According to Peter Phillips, Director of Sport Shooting, Hunting, Fishing and Water Sports, “Sea kayaks are designed for paddling on open water, and Fox Harbour Bay is a calm and protected tidal bay. We run with the tide schedule, and at the right times of the day, our members and guests can avail themselves of lots of kayaking within 100 feet of shore without going into deep water. Of course, we encourage paddlers to focus on safety first.”
In this serene setting, paddlers enjoy outstanding views and photo opportunities from the water. “In addition to the Resort itself, which is home to striking golf course land and nature trails, the Bay features extensive bird wildlife,” Phillips added. “Sunsets and sunrises on the horizon are spectacular from wherever you are at Fox Harb’r”.
Kayakers have the option of paddling out on their own, or with a guide who can steer them toward the optimum direction for paddling at any given time. The Resort will also offer winter kayaking instruction in the Resort’s indoor pool.
Last Fall, Fox Harb’r added horseback riding to its activities offerings, in partnership with Forever Memories Equestrian. Riding has been so popular that additional staff members have been hired to accommodate the demand. “Fox Harb’r is definitely a Resort for everyone and for all seasons,” said President Kevin Toth. “We are delighted to add kayaking to our water sports offerings.”
ABOUT FOX HARB’R RESORT
Since 2000, Fox Harb’r Resort has offered award-winning Ocean Wise™ dining in the Cape Cliff Dining Room, the Willard for casual dining, the 2017 award-winning Dol-ás Spa, an 18-hole championship golf course, par 3 Executive golf course, the Golf Academy at Fox Harb’r, championship Sport Shooting facility, private Jetport, horseback riding, kayaking, a deep sea marina and luxurious (for sale) single family homes and town homes, which make the Resort one of North America’s most celebrated seaside retreats, located in Wallace, on Nova Scotia’s North Shore, Canada.