Havre Boucher is a small village situated in Antigonish County, on the eastern tip of Nova Scotia's mainland, along Highway 104 and the Sunrise Trail (Highway 4). Though there are theories, the official reason for the town name is not known. At one time, Havre Boucher was known as Harbour au Bouche. Although people were living on the land at Havre Boucher in the 1700s, grants were given to existing occupants in 1811. Havre Boucher was a small shipbuilding community in the 1800s, and fishing has always been a contributing industry. Havre Boucher is positioned just 41.3 km (2 mi.) northeast of Antigonish.

Havre Boucher is a scenic Oceanside town, close to the Strait of Canso, that looks out to the picturesque St. Georges Bay. Havre Boucher features a dock, glorious churches, swimming waters, and nearby activities such as kayaking, canoeing and pedal boating via rentals, nearby trails for hiking and biking, whale watching tours, and an abundance of wildlife, live musical arts, dances, festivals, museums, golf courses, places for fishing, boating and many more sights to see.

Havre Boucher accommodations include bed and breakfasts.

Hyclass Ocean Campground
Havre Boucher
11373 Hwy 4
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