Roz Prince
796 Main Street Dartmouth, NS B2W 3V1 Cell: 1-902-456-6375
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About Porter's Lake

  • Porter's Lake is situated along Route or Highway #7, also known as the Marine Drive, which is located on Nova Scotia's eastern shore.
  • Porter's Lake derives its name from the lake, one of the largest in Nova Scotia, around which it developed.
  • The community of Porter's Lake is part of the Halifax Regional Municipality, having been amalgamated in the 90's.
  • Porter's Lake offers a country setting only minutes from Dartmouth.
  • Boating, swimming, waterskiing, fishing camping and other outdoor activities abound in Porter's Lake.

Porter's Lake Real Estate

Real estate in Porter's Lake is growing rapidly, yet it remains largely rural. The largely country setting coupled with relatively close proximity to Burnside Industrial Park in Dartmouth, and even downtown Halifax, make Porter's Lake a perfect place to live. Many residents work in the city and are happy to commute back to their suburban setting each day. Housing in Porter's Lake has increased in price over the past few years thanks to a real estate boom, but prices still remain affordable. Many homes have cropped up around the 24 kilometre long lake, and their homeowners profit from lakeside living by partaking in numerous watersports.

Porter's Lake Links

  • Halifax Info - Exploring the Eastern Shore: A write-up containing points of interest from Nova Scotia's Marine Drive, including the community of Porter's Lake.
  • Porter’s Lake Community Services Association : The PLCSA services and supports the Porter’s Lake community and surrounding area by maintaining recreation facilities, hosting events, and organizing activities for all community members.
  • Porter's An on-line advertising website and resource for businesses operating in Porters Lake, Nova Scotia.
  • Porter's Lake Provincial Park: Only minutes from metropolitan Halifax/Dartmouth, Porters Lake Provincial Park is the perfect escape from the urban rush, yet the park is close enough for day trips to visit the many attractions found in the metro area. The quiet lakeside setting offers a wide range of outdoor opportunities including camping, boating, canoeing, waterskiing, fishing, and swimming.