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Beaches and Parks

The beaches in this area have no lifeguards on duty and facilities not always available. Be prepared, have fun or just relax and pack a picnic.

Kejimkujik National Park Seaside Adjunct:

15 minutes away

To experience this unspoiled and protected coastline, you will need to be prepared to walk the well maintained Harbour Rocks trail loop of 5.2 km but well worth the effort. Once you get to the overlook, you have an amazing open view with headlands, islands, and bays. The crystal white sands and turquoise waters will make you think you’ve stepped onto a Caribbean beach in the North Atlantic! With seals basking on the rocks and very cold water, a reminder that you are in a unique part of the world. Check in advance to see if the rare Piping plovers are nesting since there will be limited access to walking along the long stretch of beach. Make sure to bring bug spray, hat, and sunscreen and refreshments since there are no facilities at the beach but there are washrooms in the parking lot.

Summerville Beach Provincial Park:

5 minutes away

One of the most beautiful beaches on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. The park offers easy access to the beach via boardwalks over protected sand dunes and steps down to a long stretch of uncrowded fine sand beach. The Broad River flows into the Atlantic and the sun warms up the beaches at low tide making this one of the warmer waters in the summer and early fall as the tide comes in. Plenty of parking, washrooms, and change rooms available.

White Point Beach Resort

5 minutes away

Located on the property of White Point Beach Resort. The original lodge built in 1928 used to host trophy fishermen and hunters arriving by steamship from Boston or trains from the US and Canada. The Resort now offers surf lessons, kayaking, and guided fishing for trout, small mouthed bass or mackerel. There are day passes available at the front desk that offers access to the beach, swimming pool, walking trails, arts and crafts, and more. There is also a 9 hole, par 35 golf course with panoramic views of the Atlantic.

Beach Meadows Municipal Beach

20 minutes away

A kilometre of white sandy beach with plenty of parking and easy access to the beach. Here you will have a full view of Coffin Island where you can see the remains of a fishing village on the Island and one of Queen’s County lighthouses. There are washrooms and change rooms available. Dogs permitted on a leash.

Carters Beach, Port Mouton

10 minutes away

This is a hidden gem of crystal white sand beach that is protected from the islands making waters very calm and cold. There are warm river waters for kids big and small to play in and plenty of exploring and beach combing. Arrive early since parking is limited and restricted along the side of the road and taking the camper down the end of this road is not recommended. If you have your car and can get there early, you will not be disappointed.

Pine Grove Park, Milton

10 minutes away

Pine Grove Park is a must see if you want to experience old growth forest dotted with majestic rhododendrons and other specimen trees hidden throughout the park located along the Mersey River. This park was established by the former Bowater Mersey Paper mill and was donated to the Region of Queens. It’s an amazing place to take a walk in the woods without going too far, just outside of Liverpool on the way to Milton. Dogs are permitted on a leash and the path is well maintained, there are many trails to explore and they all loop back to main path. When Rhododendrons are in full bloom, it’s an added bonus!

*The beaches in this area have no lifeguards on duty and facilities not always available. Be prepared, have fun or just relax and pack a picnic.

Town of Liverpool and Surrounding Area

This charming town, only 10 minutes from Fishermans Cove RV and Campground, provides all of the amenities of a big city in a small town setting. Supermarkets and fast food restaurants are interspersed with smaller shops and some fine dining experiences.


SuperStore - Sobey's - Guy’s Frenchys- and many more Main street Liverpool shops and boutiques

Entertainment, Movies, Live Music and Performing Arts

Astor Theatre, Lanes Privateer Inn

Roadside Food & Ice Cream Boat

Dining and Take Out

(just to name a few available in the area)

  • The Cove Coffee & Snackbar
  • Seaside Seafoods, Hunts Point
  • Quarterdeck Beachside Grill Restaurant, Summerville
  • Elliot’s Dining Room, White Point Beach Resort
  • Dixie Lee, Liverpool
  • Memories Cafe, Liverpool
  • Lanes Privateer Inn, Liverpool
  • Golden Pond Restaurant, Liverpool
  • A-1 Pizza, Liverpool
  • Liverpool Pizzeria
  • Tim’s, MacDonald’s, & Subway, Liverpool
  • Transcotia Restaurant, Brooklyn


Roughneck Off Road Racing, Liverpool

Greenfield Dragway, Greenfield

Queens Place Emera Centre

Public Skating - Arena - Fitness Centre - Walking Track - Basketball

Explore Our Museums

Liverpool also known as the “Port of the Privateers” has history that dates back to the 1600s where deMonts and Champlain landed at the site that is now Fort Point Lighthouse Park. From there you can learn the history of the people from past and present by visiting all of the museums in Liverpool, if you want to start at the Fort Point Lighthouse Park and end up at the Milton Blacksmith Shop.

  • Fort Point Lighthouse Park
  • Queens County Museum,
  • Perkins House Museum
  • The Rossignol Cultural Centre
  • Sherman Hines Museum of Photography
  • Hank Snow Home Town Museum
  • Milton Blacksmith Shop

*Check museums individual hours of operation and fees as they are subject to change.

Queens County's Lighthouses

Port Medway Lighthouse

Established 1899

Fort Point Lighthouse

Established 1855

Western Head Lighthouse

Established 1824

Spectacle Island Lighthouse

Established 1873. (Visible from Summerville Beach)

Coffin Island Lighthouse

Established 1815 (Original lighthouse no longer exists)

Nova Scotia's Lighthouse Route

Route 3 also know as the Lighthouse Route has many surprises and gems along the way. This 339 km scenic route runs from Halifax to Yarmouth and winds in and out from the mainland to the coast, thru woods, over rivers, and along the picturesque coastline. Once you’ve arrived at Fisherman’s Cove and set up camp and are ready to explore, there are many local lighthouses in the area in charming communities with great places to stop in for a yarn and bite to eat. There are five lighthouse in Queen’s County alone.

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