Nowhere else in North America will you find such a selection of spectacular, unspoiled, uncrowded beaches as on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. In addition to our own incomparable, kilometre-long private beach, you might want to visit some of these other beaches in the area just to prove to yourself that we aren’t exaggerating. Take a look at our coastal hiking experiences.

Hunts Point Beach

Just a five-minute drive from White Point, this white-sand beach has a view of several islands and is close to a working wharf where local fishermen dock their vessels year-round.
Location: 3.1 km from White Point

Summerville Beach Provincial Park

Summerville offers visitors yet another beautiful white-sand beach a short drive from White Point Beach Resort. This beach is great for swimming, sunbathing or a leisurely walk. There is a picnic park, washrooms, and a changing facility.
Location: 7.7 km from White Point

Beach Meadows Municipal Beach

This is a white-sand beach with a spectacular view of Coffin Island. Beach Meadows also has a playground, picnic area, change rooms, washroom facilities, and is wheelchair accessible.
Location: 15 km from White Point

Carter’s Beach

This beach is actually made up of three half-moon-shaped beaches. This beach has white sand, clear blue water and is surrounded by islands and sand dunes. There are no facilities available.
Location: 15.1 km from White Point

Crescent Beach, Lockeport

This crescent-shaped beach is well worth the 40-minute drive from the resort. Facilities include an interpretive centre with look-off, snack bar, washrooms/changing rooms and a gift shop well stocked with local handmade crafts.
Location: 55.6 km from White Point