Our location is perfect for getting a healthy dose of the great outdoors. Visit nearby provincial parks for hikes, picnics, and birdwatching, or explore the well-known Kejimkujik National Park for camping, canoeing, swimming, and guided walks.
Our proximity to so many wonderful open spaces means you can venture out into the great outdoors for the day with plenty of time to make it back to White Point for a nice dinner and cozying up by the fire!
This 54-acre community park is situated in Milton (Highway 103, Exit 19, north on Route 8). The park provides 2km of wide, easy walking trails and connects the major points of interest at Pine Grove and the scenic picnic area overlooking the Mersey River. Impressive native flora and plantings of rhododendrons, azaleas, and magnolias add to the beauty of Pine Grove, plus parking and washrooms are available for visitors.
Location: 12.7km from White Point
Walk a wooded trail while browsing through the incredible concrete sculptures and creations of local garden sculptor Ivan Higgins. These creations will “not only grab your eye but will capture your soul”.
Location: 13.9km from White Point
Skaters from across the province, the Country and further have been giving the Mersey Skatepark positive reviews, citing it as one of the best skateparks in eastern Canada.
Location: 12km from White Point
Tupper Park is situated on the west bank of the Mersey River, adjacent to the Milton bridge, just two kilometres upstream from the town of Liverpool. Enjoy a picnic at one of the picnic tables and take in the beautiful landscape. You’ll also find the Milton Soldiers Memorial, constructed in 1919, to honour those who were killed in action during World Wars I and II.
Location: 15km from White Point
Sheltered picnic tables in the open. The one-kilometre beach is backed by sand dunes. As this is a nesting area for Piping Plovers, please remember to keep to designated paths.
Location: 7.7km from White Point
The Seaside portion of Kejimkujik is noted for its abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery. Hiking along the shore, you will witness the steady procession of shorebirds that migrate through the Adjunct from August to October. If you’d like to make it even more interesting, let us pack you a yummy picnic basket to take along so you can sit back and really enjoy your journey!
Location: 21.9km from White Point
Overlooking Port Joli Harbour on Nova Scotia’s South Shore with over 650 ha (1,600 acres), the park offers visitors a wide range of outdoor experiences including hiking, camping, picnicking, sight-seeing, and relaxing on the beach.
Location: 28.9km from White Point
Every season offers something different at Kejimkujik, from the brilliant arrival of spring to the peaceful quiet slumber of winter. Enjoy camping, canoeing, swimming, hiking, biking, and guided walks in the warm weather, or cross-country skiing or skating when snow is on the ground.
Location: 78.1km from White Point