Lakeville, Nova Scotia

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Lakeville is a small village in Kings County, Nova Scotia.

It sits on the south-facing foot of the North Mountain, five kilometers due north of Coldbrook and is named for Silver Lake, a small lake popular for picnics and fishing. Called Lakeville Lake by locals, Silver Lake is believed to be a glacial kettle lake.

Route 221 is the main thoroughfare. The village is surrounded by rich farmland.

Coordinates: 45°07′N 64°36′W / 45.117°N 64.600°W / 45.117; -64.600