Head out to sea on a working lobster fishing boat (when the season is on) and go in search of crustaceans with Captain Brad Crouse onboard the J.C.K. We’ll provide the slickers, you make room in your agenda for an exclusive and truly unique experience for your team. Steam out of East Berlin and head out to sea and be a part of the fishery. Our lobster season runs from the Dumping Day, the last Monday of November, until May 31 annually. We’ve developed this experience as a 2-night package BUT for you, we can adapt it to suit your schedule. Give us a half a day, and we’ll have you meeting sculpins, green crabs, and seeing where lobster really comes from.
Planning a meeting or retreat outside of the lobster fishing season? We can get you out on the water for a trip to see the lighthouse of Liverpool Bay—and visit Coffin Island!
In 2016, we picked up a paintbrush and paired it with our love of all things Nova Scotian—Good Cheer Trail libations, Taste of Nova Scotia ingredients, and local artisans—to create ‘A Brush with Good Cheer’! The result is an intimate experience that tempts and indulges your attendees in a unique conversation and a palette of possibilities.
After attending to your business agenda, unleash and nurture the creative side of your group. Guided by Roger Savage, RCA, embrace painting a 9″ x 12″ work of art, while sipping on a Nova Scotia wine, beer, or spirit selected by the Artist based on his recommended pairing with the painting, as you nibble Taste of Nova Scotia hors d’oeuvres.
After an illuminating discussion in your meetings, let the sound of the ocean surf sink in as you embark on a night hike and journey through the dark sky with our National Park Guide Paul LaLonde. He’ll test your night vision and invite you to explore our beachside oasis under the night sky guided by the stars and your senses.
You’ll uncover a new, deeper appreciation of your own night vision and the world after the sun sets. Be illuminated by the stars, and maybe even moonbeams sparkling across the night sky, and shining off the surf capped the Atlantic Ocean. (Perfect for groups of up to 30)
While our signature White Point S’more includes a dash of peanut butter, our Taste of Nova Scotia S’more Social takes the event to a whole new level! In addition to the traditional fixings, we indulge your palate with unique ingredients like Haskapa Jalapeno, Ironworks Rum n’ Raisin apple compote, and even chocolate from Sweet Spot Chocolate Shop or Gormandise Chocolate.
Our S’more Socials offer a trio of Taste of Nova Scotia ingredients so you can share savoury twists making your time around the original ‘social network’ uniquely memorable!
Nestled within the UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve, we are also home to the Acadia First Nation. Allow us to connect your group to traditions, insights, and learnings rooted in more than 10,000 years here our community with members of Acadia First Nation.
Let our Medicine Plant expert guide you throughout natural forest and forage as the First Nation residents once did – tastings included! From traditional drum making workshops to smudging ceremonies, we’d be honoured to introduce you to our friends and their rich, authentic, and historic culture.
Get the blood pumping and minds at ease! Let us introduce your team to meditation, martial arts, yoga, even self-massage! We’ve also got tennis, upright paddle boards, kayaks, volleyball, bicycles, and more to get your attendees moving. A perennial favourite is our shoreline bouldering hike that takes you right to the ‘point’ of White Point.
It would be a shame to stay inside when you’ve got an 800-acre oceanfront playground to explore. Suit up and ride the Atlantic Ocean with a surf lesson, or play around on our White Point Golf Course – lessons and tournaments are always popular. And of course, we have trails everywhere onsite and nearby – like at Keji Seaside – lace up and get moving!
Discover Chef’s Magic culinary sessions with Executive Chef Jay, Wine 101 wine tastings, beach olympics, scavenger hunts, washer toss tourneys, and more.
Make a difference, and lend the Friends of Kejimkujik National Park a hand with their year-round Endangered Species Volunteer Programs. Do a beach sweep or beach restoration for the plovers, track Blanding’s turtles, and monitor loons.
Business and pleasure mix perfectly here at White Point! While families are staying here, there’s always plenty to keep their days filled. Check out our fun activities, recreation program schedules, and upcoming events.
We’ve got plenty more resources and unique experiences up our sleeves, let us know your interests and we’ll offer you a menu of possibilities.
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