Beaches

The Bay of Fundy is home to some of the most spectacular beaches in all of Nova Scotia!  Make the Farmhouse Inn B&B you base camp for a beach adventure!  Ask us about “Secret Beach”

Secret-beach

Kingsport Beach

Red sedimentary cliffs carved by continuous erosion rise from the beaches to the east. The dramatic 12 metre tides produce very large sand and mud flats at low tide. One of the warmest places to swim at high tide. A good place to find beached treasures at low tide. Ice Cream served all the time.
The Farmhouse Inn B&B: Scot’s Bay Beach

Scot’s Bay Beach

Sand and mud flats at low tide. Walk out and enjoy a free mud treatment for your toes! Really cold swimming and rocky beach at high tide. The beach is a gold mine for rock hounds and is wonderful for a picnic with a beach fire.

Blomidon Provinical Park Beach

Situated under the red cliffs of Cape Blomidon, the beach is located at the base of red cliffs and is usually very breezy. You can explore the mud flats at low tide and lounge on the rocky beach at high tide.

Evangeline Beach

Just across the Minas Basin from Kingsport Beach, Evangeline beach has the same terrain as Kingsport beach, with stunning views of Blomidon Ridge. The swimming is good at high tide.