In 2010, we (Keith and Sarah) bought a 36 acre piece of land that was formerly a campground on Zwickers Lake. Sarah, born and raised in Nova Scotia in the Cole Harbour area, had moved to Alberta as a teen with her parents, but longed to return. Keith, born and raised in Calgary, loved the east coast after our honeymoon trip to the province. When we bought the property our three daughters were 5, 2 and 1.
In the fall of 2016, we made the decision to move to Nova Scotia and reinvent the old campground as The Old Ten Spot. Since arriving in April of 2017, we’ve made minor and major changes to our plans, based on learning about septic fields and after property surveys. We had hoped to open a boutique seasonal RV resort in 2018, but have settled on cottage and trailer rentals.
Learn more about cabins available for booking on our Bookings page.
This business was made possible by a contribution from AIRO | Annapolis Investments in Rural Opportunity.