We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
This was our 2nd visit to this location. it is a beautiful location. That said, there is hardly any sand. So come to watch the surfers, come to enjoy waves, but don't come expecting to play or lay in the sand.
My 14 year old and I took surf lessons.
Everything was super easy. We checked in and got our gear right on the beach.
Our instructor, Sylvie, was incredibly kind and patient. She explained everything clearly and we got the mechanicals quickly.
She was attentive...More
This is one of our favourite spots to catch some sun, breath in ocean air and enjoy amazing views. It's perfect for long relaxing walks. Great for everyone from young families with young children and pet owners to photographers looking for the great shot. It's...More
So "Lawrencetown" to the locals is several things...
1. Approaching from Dartmouth proper, you reach a first beach which is nice, but more for the adventurers.
DANGER - This beach is near a bridge where the salt water is affected by tides... swim there and...More
Lawrencetown Beach is a generally a busy place to take some time out at the beach, for visitors and locals alike. The beach is not the warmest water all the time, but it is right on the Atlantic Ocean. There are change rooms and parking.
Grear spot for surfing. Very rocky beach not recommended for young kids who want to just play in the sand considering there is a near by Conrad beach full of sand. Very popular high traffic spot but great for adults
Long haul to drive from Montreal but there's a little town at the end of he rainbow and it was beautiful. Not much to eat as restaurants go in the area or groceries so pack food for sure. But Dartmouth is not too far and...More