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Sometimes you forget what beauty is sooo close to home. I sat on this beach with friends for an afternoon in July. It is so peaceful, so clean and just what the Dr. would order for your health. This beach is not at all crowded,...More
It was lovely to take time off from a very busy schedule touring the Maritime Provinces. There were few people enjoying this magnificent beach and wandering along in the sunshine with just the gulls and the lapping waves for company was a perfect break. This...More
Big and clean..... The sand is excellent for walking. There were 4 other groups on this beach but t we could hardly see them because there is so much wide open space. This beach compares to some of Australia's best!
we went here on a beautiful afternoon and found such peace and quiet. There were maybe 10 other people along a 1-2 mile beach. You could walk and explore all the area without worrying about your personal belongings and others interrupting your space.
Such a huge beach. Usually deserted. A short 15 minute drive from Shelburne or 10 minutes from Exit 27 on the 103 highway. The water is cold (it IS the Atlantic Ocean) but there is a channel to wade in that is fresh/salt water mix....More
This beach is so long and beautiful, with white sand throughout. There were maybe a dozen others on the beach when we visited, but it's so spacious, that we basically had complete privacy. Great for building castles if the sand is a little wet. You...More
go to google maps, type in Shelburne, NS to Roseway Beach, NS should show you a map. Drive from Shelburne towards Gunning Cove. Stay on the Shore Road until you come to Beach Road in Ingomar area. Take the Beach Road till it... More
go to google maps, type in Shelburne, NS to Roseway Beach, NS should show you a map. Drive from Shelburne towards Gunning Cove. Stay on the Shore Road until you come to Beach Road in Ingomar area. Take the Beach Road till it ends :) about 30 minutes from town i think. I am planning on going tomorrow for the first time in like 40 years. I think i am overdue lol