Mount Uniacke is located in East Hants of Hants County, off Exit 3 of Highway 101, on old Highway 1, about halfway between Upper Sackville and the Minas Basin.

Mount Uniacke is named for Lord Uniacke and is two miles from Uniacke House, a provincial park site featuring the heritage home of Lord Uniacke. It's a great place to picnic and hike or stroll in the summer and offers tobogganing, snow shoeing, and cross country skiing in the winter. It has one of the highest concentration of horses per capita in Canada.

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Community Transit Beaverbank/Mount Uniacke
Bus schedule and pricing for both Beaverbank and Porters Lake routes.
Mount Uniacke
Basic information on the town and district including local points of interest, a map and history.
Mount Uniacke Baptist Church
The church is located on Etter Road and was founded in 1978. Offers history, news and events, ministries and online sermons.
Mount Uniacke Public Library
A community library operated by Friends of the Uniacke Library and serving the greater Mount Uniacke area. History, events and contact information.
Uniacke and District Memorial
Memorial erected in 1976 in memory of the men of Uniacke and district who gave their lives in war. List of volunteer construction workers and pictures of the site.
The Uniacke Newsletter
News and events in the Mount Uniacke area. Lists contact details, a summary of businesses in the Mount, news and community events.
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