Comeau's Hill Beach
|Record #: ARG0025||Last Modified: 07 Jan 2016||Last Full Update: 17 Jul 2014|
|Located in||Comeaus Hill|
|Where To Find Us||
Comeaus Hill, NS
|Areas Served||Yarmouth County|
|Description & Services|
We have a beautiful sandy beach in Comeau's Hill. Take Route 334 then turn right on the Melbourne Rd. turn left onto the Comeau's Hill Road and drive approximately 15 minutes. You'll pass through Little River harbour which is the home of Nova Scotia's Provincial dog- the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling retriever formerly known as the Little River Duck Dog.
Comeau's Hill Beach is a small and secluded beach on the Atlantic Ocean.
It is adjacent to the Tusket Islands, and is one of the few places that the island chain can be seen from land.
The beach is sandy and is a great place for families.
|Tags||Beaches ; Recreation Categories ; South Shore Connect ; Summer Fun ; Swimming|