Salmon River Bridge is part of Halifax County, found on Marine Drive (Highway 7) just to the east of the Head of Jeddore on the south eastern shores of Nova Scotia's mainland. Salmon River Bridge was first settled in 1786, by Loyalists who received sizable grants. Main industries in Salmon River Bridge are fishing and agriculture. The first bridge to be constructed in Salmon River Bridge was actually washed out in 1883, which resulted in the development of a new, more stable bridge. Salmon River Bridge is conveniently located just 53.7 km (33.4 mi.) northeast of Halifax.

Salmon River Bridge is a perfect destination to unwind and enjoy the pretty sights, but is also conveniently situated near Martinique Beach, Nova Scotia's longest sandy beach and a popular choice in the summer. Martiniqu Beach is spacious, and never too crowded. Minutes away are Clam Harbour Beach, Lawrencetown Beach and Taylor Head Provincial Park. Salmon River Bridge is also an excellent place to eat great local seafood, especially at the Lobster Shack Restaurant, which is situated in the midst of lush forests, grand cliffs and the vast ocean sky.

Salmon River Bridge accommodations include inns and cottages.

Auberge Salmon River House Country Inn
9931 Hwy 7
Jeddore Lodge & Cabins
Long Term
: 9855 Hwy 7
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