Northwest Cove, on the Aspotogan Peninsula (often called the Blandford Peninsula).
The Aspotogan Peninsula is a peninsula in the eastern part of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.
It protrudes from the South Shore into the Atlantic Ocean and separates St. Margarets Bay in the east from Mahone Bay in the west; the Aspotogan Peninsula is connected to the much larger Nova Scotia peninsula to the north.
The coast of the Aspotogan Peninsula is dotted with a number of small fishing and tourist-related communities; Hubbards in the northeast being the largest. Other communities on the peninsula are Fox Point, Mill Cove, The Lodge, Northwest Cove, Southwest Cove, Aspotogan, Bayswater, New Harbour, Blandford, Upper Blandford, Deep Cove, and East River.
Route 329 circles the peninsula along the coast while Trunk 3 and Highway 103 pass to the north.