Welcome to Your New Neighbourhood!

Your family, like many of today’s families, needs plenty of space to grow, the opportunity to connect with your natural surroundings, and the ability to become part of a vital and growing community. You’re also most likely looking for a quality built new home, with energy efficiency, premium finishes, and today’s conveniences at the top of your list. If this sounds like your list, then you should inquire about life in your new home, built just for you, on your new lot at Mount Cameron.

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Mount Cameron is a planned community like no other in the Antigonish area. This is your opportunity to live in the beautiful Mount Cameron area of Antigonish Landing. Even though your new community overlooks the protected wetlands and walking trails, you’ll be just minutes away from everything that you love about Antigonish. Mount Cameron provides all of this and more for families, retirees, and active seniors.

Scottish Roots
Antigonish is the Highland Heart of Nova Scotia, knitting its Scottish roots tightly into the community. The Antigonish Highland Games are the pinnacle of the calendar year as visitors, dancers, pipe bands and Scottish heavy-event competitors converge on the town for a week each July.

When the bagpipes skirl in the mist of Columbus Field, you know it’s summer in Antigonish.

Local Attractions
Local attractions, such as the Cape George Lighthouse, Antigonish Heritage Museum and Chez Deslauriers, quench the thirst for historical learning. If you’re up for a longer day, head to Sherbrooke Village, an hour’s drive from Antigonish, and dive into another time period. Experience life before the 1900s in this village-sized interactive museum.

Smaller organizations, such as the Antigonish Ceilidh Association, Theatre Antigonish and the Antigonish Review, keep culture alive throughout the calendar year.

Antigonish is also home to Festival Antigonish, rated one of the top five summer theatres in Canada by the Ottawa Citizen. The decades-old theatre festival offers more than 100 performances of a dozen different shows over two months, as well as theatre camps for youth.

Every October, the film world casts its eyes on Antigonish for the International Film Festival. The festival features documentaries from award-winning film directors. Compelling scenes and true stories will touch your heart and expand your mind.

Golfers can tee off at the challenging 18-hole Antigonish Golf Club. They can also practice their short game at the mini putt at Snow Queen Leisure World while the rest of the family takes in the go-kart track, space train, bumper boats and cars, or batting cage.

If you’d rather be out on the water, dock your boat at Cribbons Point Marina or Ballantynes Cove Marina.

Skating / Hockey Arenas
The Keating Centre is a State-of-the-art arena and conference centre is home to St. FX varsity hockey, figure skating, youth and adult hockey, and public skating.

Antigonish Arena entertains the area with Junior B Bulldogs hockey, senior men’s and minor hockey, figure skating and adult and tots skating. It is also the main site for the Eastern Nova Scotia Exhibition, an annual celebration of agriculture and horse competitions.

Walking Trails
Walk along the Antigonish Harbour on the trail just steps from your front door at Mt. Cameron Estates, or explore the many trails, beaches and provincial parks throughout the Antigonish area.

You’re just minutes away from walking trails at Antigonish Landing, Arisaig Provincial Park, Fairmont Ridge and Beaver Mountain.

Mountain Trails
If you live for adventure then head to Keeppoch Mountain to try some biking, hiking and Cross country skiing.

Antigonish County Recreation
Antigonish County Recreation has programs for both adults and kids.

If you want to learn how to dance then Antigonish Creative Dance Association is the place for you.

If you love to read then you can head to Pictou / Antigonish Regional Library.

St. Francis Xavier University
Antigonish is also home to one of Canada’s top undergraduate universities, St. Francis Xavier University. St. FX has received highest ratings in Canada from several publications, including Maclean’s and the Globe and Mail.

The Coady International Institute
The Coady International Institute is a centre of excellence in community-based development and leadership education. Based on the St. FX campus, it provides leadership education for development professionals from around the world, works on the ground with partner organizations around the world, teaches young Canadians to become active, more engaged global citizens and continues to develop a knowledge network to support successful development practice.

Nova Scotia Community College
Antigonish is only a short driving distance from two of the 13 Nova Scotia Community College campuses. With locations in Pictou and Port Hawkesbury, NSCC delivers a diverse program of trades, technology, health, human services, applied arts, new media, business administration and adult education.

Education in French
L’École acadienne de Pomquet and CSAP both offer education services in french.

The Strait Regional School Board
The Strait Regional School Board, which operates public schooling in Antigonish, offers seven different grade schools, from Primary to Grade 12, with full French Immersion programs.

St. Martha’s Regional Hospital
For more than 100 years, St. Martha’s Regional Hospital has been providing exceptional health care to Antigonish and its surrounding area.

Founded in 1906 as a six-bed cottage hospital, St. Martha’s has grown into a first-class acute-care facility providing a range of primary and secondary services through inpatient, outpatient and satellites. Since the new hospital was built and opened in 1989, St. Martha’s has continued its dedication to the promotion of quality health.

The hospital offers a wide range of services, including emergency and ambulatory care, general surgery, gynecology, ophthalmology, plastic surgery, palliative care, obstetrics, pediatrics and more. Diagnostic and support services are also available.

Healthcare Services
Close proximity to pharamcies with Shoppers, MacKinnons and Haliburtons all located on Main Street, and Lawtons at the Antigonish Shopping Mall.

Along the Main Street, you’ll find an array of shops dedicated to quality retail, amenities, fashions for the entire family and gift boutiques – a delightful balance to fulfil your needs and satisfy your desires. Antigonish Mall, off Church Street, offers shopping for groceries, fashion, professional services, health care and much more.

Don’t miss the Antigonish Farmers Market, a year-long weekly fair of locally grown fruits and vegetables, meat, maple syrup, honey, preserves, baked goods, heritage products and local handicrafts. Find the market at Antigonish Arena during the summer months and at the Antigonish Education Centre on Appleseed Drive during the winter.

One of the true gems of Antigonish’s shopping district is the fine dining. Rooted in its rustic Nova Scotian heritage, you’ll feast on the bounties of the sea and explore culture with your palate.

Check out Trip Advisor to see a list of local restaurants.

The Landing Trail is just steps from your front door – a 4-km (2.5-mi) return hike along an estuary of Antigonish Harbour. Two elevated platforms offer an unobstructed view of osprey, eagles & ducks in the wildlife sanctuary.

You’re also just minutes away from walking trails at Antigonish Landing, Arisaig Provincial Park, Fairmont Ridge and Beaver Mountain.

Spend your summer days playing in the sand and surf at Mahoney’s, Jimtown, Pomquet, Bayfield, Chisholm’s and Cribbons beaches. Discover more than a dozen beaches, seven designated parks and 14 maintained trails, all for your recreation.

Just the drive along the North Shore is worth the adventure. You’ll be surrounded by coastal cliffs, centuries-old fishing ports, gorgeous sunsets (or sunrises, if you’re up that early) and panoramic views over the Atlantic Ocean.


S F Smith Developments is a privately owned company that is truly Nova Scotia born and bred – we pride ourselves on being Nova Scotian!

Owner Steve Smith and his team are dedicated to ensuring Nova Scotia's rural communities maintain healthy, sustainable economies that allow families to live and grow with stable employment, access to good health care, and quality education.

Protective Covenants

The Landing at Mount Cameron is a community surrounded by natural beauty. Our protective covenants ensure the area will remain so for generations to come for the enjoyment of all.

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At Mount Cameron you are free to build your own home or work with one of many local contractors and custom home builders of your choice for a turn key solution.

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20 St Andrews St, Antigonish NS B2G 2H1


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