Campbell Point Beach
Campbell Point Beach is an easy access shallow beach with a swimming area, ideal for young kids. The beach itself has volleyball nets, and woodland trails leading off the beach. The beach is supervised with lifeguards and offers swimming lessons in the summer. The beach hosts an annual sand castle contest.
There are active lifeguards on duty Monday to Friday beginning on July 4th to August 31 from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m on fair weather days only. There will be no lifeguard supervision on Saturday and Sunday this summer.
There are red bouys installed at this beach to indicate where it is safe to swim.
When swimming at any beach you should follow these safety guidelines.
- Swim with a buddy
Children Under the Age of 8 must be accompanied by an Adult in the Water and Must stay within Arms Reach at all times.
No Boats, Kayaks, Canoes in the supervise area
No Smoking or Vaping on the beach
No alcohol on the beach
No Pets on the Beach
No Barbeques on the Beach
- There are no accessible features
Municipal staff regularly test the water quality for bacteria levels at all supervised municipal beaches, as well as one unsupervised beach, during the summer months (July 1 - August 31). Know your swimming limitations if you choose to swim in unsupervised bodies of water.
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Items to be added in 2022
FREE swimming lessons are offered at most HRM beaches. To see what levels are available or to register visit www.halifax.ca/myrec or call 902-490-6666 or online at .