Beach Bucket Bingo
A B*I*N*G*O card of Beaches along Nova Scotia’s South Shore, come fill your bucket to overflowing!
Under the B you’ll find Beach Meadows Beach in the Region of Queens. One of the many jewels in the crown of Queens Coast, the perfect spot to take a swim, build a sand castle or wander along the edge of the tide.
Under the letter I you’ll find that we have inland beaches as well as those along the coast. Merrymakedge Beach at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site is a great spot for a swim and is dog friendly (on leash)
Under the N is North East Point Beach, located across the Causeway from the centre of Barrington Passage This beach is a local hot spot for swimming, soaking in the sun and playing in the white sand.
Under the letter G is Green Bay Beach a picturesque area of sand beaches divided into smaller oasis’s by boulders. The cove keeps the waters here surprisingly warm.
Under the O is Oxners Beach, a private 63 acre beach and marsh owned by the surrounding landowners. Dunes and grasses provide a nesting area for birds and prevent the sand from shifting.