Nature Ridge Show Home Update

Nature Ridge Homes will be celebrating Spring in a BIG way this year…painting of our stunning new Craftsman inspired Show Home in Nature Ridge is underway so it won’t be long before we will be opening this one-of-a-kind home to all of you! We are certain that the features and details in this home will impress and inspire you!


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Wintertime in Nature Ridge

Wintertime as we know it in Nova Scotia is filled with chilly, snowy days – the cold temperatures, snow and ice can definitely be a bother – however, it is hard to deny that they make for some absolutely gorgeous vistas! The beauty and marvel that comes with a change in season in Nature Ridge will give you plenty of incentive to go outside and explore – even if winter is not your favorite season!

Make the best of your winter by finding some fun activities to do with family and friends! In Nature Ridge you will not be short on activities to do…here are some great ideas:

1) There’s nothing better than gliding through the cool air on a sled. Nature Ridge has many gently rolling hills for you to slide, tube, toboggan, or sled on for hours of entertainment

2) Fluffy snow? Check. Snow suit? Check. That’s all the gear kids of any age need to lie down and create a snow angel just like they would do a jumping jack. Make this simple activity extra fun by using materials to decorate your angel, such as food coloring to draw on a face, and old clothes and accessories to dress it up

3) Babies and big kids alike will love to make a snowman in the yard. After stacking a few big snowballs to make the body, kids can use their imagination to find fruits, vegetables, sticks, berries, and old clothes to bring their snowman to life!

4) There are many foot paths around Nature Ridge so why not grab a pair of cross country skis, snowshoes or boots and take a walk or a ski!

5) Practice your pitch – Paint a bull’s-eye target on a piece of cardboard, giving each colored ring a point value. Attach it to a tree, and keep score as the kids try to hit the target with snowballs

6) Build a fort – Use sand buckets, loaf pans, and cut-up empty milk cartons to make a cool snow castle

7) For the birds – String cranberries, popcorn, and cereal onto fishing line for a garland to attract and nourish your feathered friends

8) Tic-tac-snow – Two players go for the championship in this classic game. Use criss-crossed sticks and pine-cones as game pieces

9) Snow Graffiti – Give kids spray bottles full of water that’s tinted with food coloring to decorate the white canvas in your backyard.