We are located 228 miles (368 km) southwest of the Nova Scotia/New Brunswick border. From the border, follow Route 104 to Truro. Take Exit 15 to Route 102 to Halifax. Take Exit 1A off Route 102 to Route 103. Follow Route 103, taking Exit 20A. From the connector, head west, turn right on Route 3. Follow White Point Road straight to 75 White Point Beach Resort Rd.
White Point Beach Resort is 95 miles (152 km) southwest of Halifax on Route 103. Take Exit 20A. At the intersection of the highway connector and Route 3, turn right (west) onto Route 3 and follow Route 3 (White Point Road) to White Point Beach Resort (75 White Point Beach Resort Rd, White Point).
From Digby, follow Route 101 take Exit 22 to Highway 8 (Kejimkujik Scenic Drive), then take Route 103 West to Exit 20A. Follow Route 3 (White Point Road) west straight to White Point.
Cruise across the Bay of Fundy into Nova Scotia from New Brunswick onboard the Fundy Rose car ferry! Daily crossings from Saint John, NB to Digby, NS enable you to enjoy a 75-minute sailing on the world’s highest tides. See seals, sea birds, and even whales by times!
Located just east of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, White Point is approximately 95 miles (153 km) on Route 103, Exit 20. Follow Route 3 straight to White Point Beach Resort. This is a perfect drive following your 6-hour crossing from Portland Maine, onboard our high-speed CAT car ferry/cruise ship travelling between Yarmouth, Nova Scotia and Portland, Maine.
Tom Barnett, under the company name Too Tall Tom Taxi, can provide shuttle service to and from White Point Beach Resort.
Phone: 902.521.0210 or 902.543.8113.
Troy Grant offers shuttle services between White Point and Halifax, including Halifax Stanfield International Airport, $80 per person based on a minimum of 2 people.
Our sweeping property holds so much to discover. Take a look at our property map to get acquainted with our grounds, or step inside and take a virtual tour.