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Area : Halifax > : Parks and Historic Sites
 

For a true something-to-write-home-about-experience, sign up for a surfing lesson near Lawrencetown Beach Provincial Park. These well-established surfing schools have everything you need for your saltwater adventure – wetsuits, boards. and lots of patience. By sundown they'll have you feeling the thrill of catching your first wave.

Lawrencetown Beach is a provincial beach park 19 km (12 mi) east of Dartmouth on Route 207 along the Eastern Shore. This popular sand-and-cobble beach is noted for its surf. Strong rip tides and currents are common; swimmers and surfers must exercise caution. The park has supervised swimming areas in July and August. Park features include ramped boardwalks, change houses, showers, flush toilets, and a canteen. The beach park connects to a walking trail on a former railbed and is part of the larger Cole Harbour–Lawrencetown Provincial Park.

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Activities: Birding • Hiking • Surfing

Features: Wheelchair Accessible

Government Level: Provincial

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