White Point is a historic (built-in 1928) oceanfront resort on 1km of white sand beach in Nova Scotia, Canada. This iconic family summer vacation spot sits within the UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve and partners with locals and guests in celebrating natural and cultural heritage.
It has been on our tourism experience wishlist ever since we read a guest review that said, "this could have been the resort from the Dirty Dancing movie" and we found out they had a surf camp and beachside bonfire gatherings with Lobster S'mores.
While they are a great spot to capture the essence of bygone endless summers by staying with the family in a beachfront split log cabin, they are open year-round offering locally-inspired waterfront dining, cozy rooms with fireplaces, accommodations for a business meeting and delightful seasonal activities for fun weekend getaways.
They certainly fulfill their mandate as a historic business within the UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere of working together to promote conservation and sustainable development in ways that support the local economies and community.