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Area : Amherst > : Golfing
 

Since opening in 2000, Fox Harb’r Golf Resort & Spa has been consistently ranked among the top Destination Resorts in Canada by leading travel consumer reports and industry peers. Fox Harb’r is one of only five 5-star resorts in Canada.

Situated in picturesque Wallace on the Northumberland Shore, our resort offers classic elegance on a grand scale with a variety of activities including the award-winning Fox Harb’r championship golf course and par 3 course; tennis centre; sporting lodge featuring skeet shooting and sporting clay; a luxury spa and wellness centre; a private 4885 foot airstrip; deep sea marina, and the Five-Star Great Room dining room and The Willard restaurant for casual dining.

Whether you are staying with us or just visiting the area, visitors can enjoy our 18-hole championship course and our par-3 course, both designed by Golf Hall of Fame architect Graham Cooke. This par-72 (7253 yards) course is a magnificent blend of both Scottish links and traditional parkland golf situated along the spectacular rugged sea coast of the Northumberland Strait and lured away from the sea to sheltered forests, expansive wetlands and deep rock-lines lakes. Fox Harb’r has a course rating of 75.4 and a slope of 141. Our Par 3 Short Course (1039 yards) is set along the beautiful Nova Scotia shoreline with an impeccably maintained layout which features deceptively challenging holes. Visitors are asked to book at least 48 hours in advance.

American Express, MasterCard, Visa and Diners Club are accepted.

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