Whether you want to venture out onto the trails surrounding White Point in the heat of summer or in the brisk colder months, a trek along a nature trail is sure to clear your head. From self-guided walking tours along the shore, to excursions to view the stunning flora and fauna onsite, to skiing through a winter wonderland, we have something sure to suit your outdoorsy spirit.
White Point Walking Trails
Follow our looped self-guided walking tour through woods and along a boulder-beach shoreline. Discover the many wildflowers, birds, wildlife, and scenic views that Mother Nature has blessed us with. You may wish to pick up one of these maps at the front desk upon your arrival.
White Point Cycling Trails
There are many scenic bicycle routes in and around the resort property. You may rent bicycles and helmets––which are mandatory in Nova Scotia––at our boathouse during the summer months. You may wish to pick up a map at the front desk upon your arrival.
White Point Cross-Country Ski Trails
When White Point becomes a winter wonderland, cross-country skiing is a great way to explore the resort property. Please note that you must bring your own equipment or rent it off-property.
Rails to Trails
Explore the former CN Rail line from Liverpool to Summerville. Investigate this amazing trail by foot or by bike. Keep your eyes open to the many varieties of birds you may spot along the way.
Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct, Port Joli
Enjoy the many hiking trails that guide you across open headlands, to rocky shores with gravel and sandy beaches. Several spots along the trails offer spectacular views, featuring excellent opportunities to spot seals and seabirds. Don’t forget your camera!
Pine Grove Park,Milton
All nature lovers will enjoy these easy walking trails. Several trails follow along the beautiful Mersey River, with hundreds of rhododendrons, azaleas, and magnolias to lead you along the way.
Port l’Hébert Pocket Wilderness
Stroll along these gravelled walking trails. You could even arrange to have a picnic prepared to enjoy in the picnic area. Salt marshes that border Port l’Hébert Bay provide the ideal elements for geese, so keep your eyes open and your cameras ready.