Events
Summer Solstice Week
Friday, June 21st - Thursday, June 27th

Hello Summer! Celebrate Summer Solstice on June 21st and get a jump on great Summer days at White Point! School isn’t out yet so this is a perfect time to get out of the house and enjoy the beach, and Boathouse – don’t forget about our Weekday Specials too!

Summer Solstice Outdoor Yoga Class: June 21st 12:54pm 
Make plans to join us for our Outdoor Summer Solstice Yoga Class, starting exactly as the Solstice arrives!
Oceanfront Lawn, all levels welcome. (location may be subject to change pending weather)

Nightly Bonfires, 7-10pm
Come on, take a seat and enjoy the campfire, roast marshmallows and catch up with fellow guests as the surf rolls in and the stars come out!

The Boathouse is Open Daily 9am – 7pm!
Drop in and head out on the lake in a canoe, kayak, pedal boat or on a SUP! They are complimentary with your stay, there are even Bicycles to hit the trails with.
If you are bit more adventurous and want to give surfing a try, you can rent wetsuits and surf board here too.

Live Entertainment in the Lounge: 8pm – 11pm
We’re kicking off our NIGHTLY summer music festival June 21st and rolling straight through until Sept 2nd. Here’s who you can expect to see:
21 & 22: Ray Mattie
23: Shawn Hebb
24 & 25: Tristan Legg
26 & 27: Guy Paul Thibault
28 & 29: Lynnea Rose
30: Shawn Hebb

FORE! Golf our Oceanside Donald J Ross Course!
It’s our 90th season and the greens are in great condition. As our guest, take advantage of our Preferred Rates. Remember, beginners are welcome and our Golf Professional Dave Kemshead offers lessons too.

Bring your bathing suit too – there’s the indoor pool, outdoor pool, hit tub and sauna to enjoy!

There’s plenty to ‘sea’ and do in our neighbourhood too – meander the trails at Keji Seaside, hit the beaches in the area – Summerville and Beach Meadows are wonderful. Slip into Liverpool and explore our Museums – Hank Snow Centre, Queens County Museum, Fort Point Lighthouse and take in shows at the Astor Theatre! A ‘MUST’ is always Concrete Creations in Brooklyn, a sculpture garden collection by artist Ivan Higgins tucked in behind his Cosby’s garden Centre!