With 2 miles of private beach bounded by a promontory—called a drumlin—on one end and a series of multiple points on the other side of the bay with our very own small rock reef in the middle, as well as a jetty along a ‘river mouth’ (actually a slough where the tidal estuary flows to and from the sea) there are over a dozen potentially good spots for surf on any variety of conditions.
Beach break peaks, right points and left points and reefs, we’ve got it all. Although slightly smaller than the more well known and now very crowded breaks closer to Dartmouth/Halifax, we get surf if Nova Scotia gets surf. And most of the time you will surf alone.
Here is a sampling of some of my shots from the past 2 years.