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The Main Beaches Of St. Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia
Beaches Shown On Satellite View
Fox Point Beach
Cleveland Beach Provincial Park
Bay Look off Provincial Park
Micou’s Island Beach
Secret Beach (not shown on map)
Bayswater Beach St. Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia
Bayswater Beach is a beautiful sandy beach very popular with families in the summer
months. Has ample parking with toilet facilities & lifeguard protection making this
a safe family beach.
Fox Point Beach St. Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia
Queensland Beach St. Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia
Queensland Beach is a long beautiful sandy beach which is very popular with families
during the summer months. There is a large parking lot with toilet & changing room
facilities along with refreshments close by.
The beach is patrolled by lifeguards during the summer months making it a fun, safe
beach for children.
Whynaght’s Beach St. Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia
Whynaght’s beach is a small sandy beach right beside route 3 with some parking but
there are no facilities, but has easy access.
Cleveland Beach Provincial Park
St. Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia
Cleveland Beach Provincial Park is found on route 3 in the community of Queensland,
St. Margaret’s Bay. Once again the sand disappears during the winter months, but
returns during the spring.There is a parking lot with a picnic area beside a small
lagoon, with tables & toilet facilities.There is a walking trail around the peninsular
which leads to another small sandy beach.
Puddle Beach St. Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia
Puddle Beach is a sweet little sandy beach beside route 3 at black Point. Parking
& beach space is limited so early arrival is recommended.
Puddle Beach is made up of really soft sand and is very sheltered making it a very
pleasant to spend the day with the kids.
The Bay Look Off Provincial Park ,St. Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia
The bay Look Off Provincial Park is found at Boutiliers Point along route 3, St.
Margaret’s bay road.
There is a wharf & boat launch along with a parking lot with picnic Tables overlooking
St. Margaret’s Bay. Toilet facilities are present during the summer months.
On the upper part of the Park there is a trail leading to a small sandy beach with
a stream running into it. This stream runs from the salt marsh beside the St. Margaret’s
Bay Rd and is the hunting ground for herons & Kingfishers.
Micou’s island Beach ,
St .Margaret's Bay, Nova Scotia
Micou’s Island ( Big Indian Point Island) is a 22 acre island which can be accessed
by a sand bar at low water, this is the only sandy beach which with public access
on this side of St .Margaret's bay.
This Beach is very popular in the summer months so can be very busy.
Secret Beach ( somewhere near to St .Margaret's Bay, Nova Scotia)
Treasure hunt - The location of this beach will be revealed, but it is password protected.
Hidden in the web site are five gold coins, each one is part of the password. The
number on the coin represents the position of the letter in the password. - here’s
your first one; so the password starts s**** (use all lower case)
Fox point beach is fairly large, approximately 700 feet long with a river about half
way along which runs from Fox Point Lake.The cove is sheltered from winds of any
direction, but if really strong winds prevail some sizeable waves can be present,
there is a large parking lot with a small picnic area with tables. As with the other
beaches in St. Margaret’s Bay they lose their sand during the winter months.Fox Point
is a popular dive spot for
The SeaWolves Dive Club,Based in Nova Scotia, the SeaWolves is a fun club for divers
of all ages, certification level, skill, etc. New members are always welcome and
encouraged to join - see a whole new world in one of the greatest dive spots in Canada.
Why not come along and dive right in with the SeaWolves? Just stop by Torpedo Rays
Scuba Adventures and fill out a club application.
You must have a password to find the Secret Beach!