(This information is taken from the White Beach Resort Website, with the exception of the last paragraph on rides and shuttle bus)
We are located 228 miles (368 km) south west of the Nova Scotia & New Brunswick border. Follow Route 104 to Truro. Take Exit 15 to Route 102 to Halifax. Follow Route 103 to Exit 20A.
White Point Beach Resort is 95 miles (152 km) southwest of Halifax on Route 103, Exit 20A.
Located east of Yarmouth, White Point Beach Resort is approximately 95 miles (153 km) on Route 103, Exit 20.
From Digby, follow Route 101 to Highway 8 then Route 103 west to Exit 20A straight to White Point Beach Resort.
If you're travelling by sea
Prince of Fundy Cruises offers daily service from May to October from Portland, Maine to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. For information and ferry reservations call 1.800.341.7540.
Bay Ferries has service from Bar Harbor, Maine to Yarmouth on board 'The Cat', the high-speed catamaran. Bay Ferries also operates ferry services from Saint John, New Brunswick to Digby, Nova Scotia. For information and ferry reservations, call 1.888.249.7245.
If you're travelling by air
The Halifax International Airport provides regular service from all major centers in Canada, parts of the United States and Europe. Air Canada, Jetsgo, CanJet, WestJest and Continental Airlines are among those airlines that make regular stops to Halifax. Subsidiaries of Air Canada also service the south western part of Nova Scotia through the Yarmouth Municipal Airport.
Private airplanes can be accommodated at the South Shore Regional Airport. Features include 4,000 ft. landing strip, tie-downs, refueling, lighting 122.8 VVR operation. This airstrip is located approximately 25 miles (45 km) from the resort. For more information, call 902.685.2887
From The Halifax International Airport
When leaving the airport to join Highway 102, follow the signs directing you towards Halifax.
Leave this Highway at exit 3. The sign will say "Hammonds Plains". It is Route 213.
Follow the "Hammonds Plains Road" until you reach Highway 103. Follow the sign leading to Yarmouth.
Leave Highway 103 at exit 20A. The sign will say "White Point."
The connector will take you to Highway 3, "The Lighthouse Route". Turn right onto this Highway and follow approximately 6 miles until you see the sign for White Point Beach Lodge. Turn left off Highway 3 and then turn left again at our main entrance sign. Just follow the driveway until you reach the Main Lodge.
If you would like to travel from the airport to the resort on the Shuttle Bus, please send Jane Milton or Patricia Saunders your flight information as soon as you have booked it so we can try to organize the bus and/or rides with others who are driving. If you are driving your own car and could offer a ride from or to the airport, we'd love to hear from you, too.