Grab yourself an ice-cream from the nearby restaurant and head on over to Hunts Point Beach for an after-dinner stroll! This smaller beach has a wonderful view of the wharf and is also a great swimming spot. There are no facilities and limited parking.
GPS: 43.953688, -64.770793
Hunts Point is on Highway 3 about 5-7 minutes west of Liverpool.
A popular choice for dog owners, this white sand beach is great for all beach activities for those who want a quieter experience. Come prepared as there aren't any facilities and parking is limited. Please practice dog etiquette and keep your dog on a leash if other dogs are in the area and pick up after your pup.
GPS: 44.074506, -64.619361.
Eagle Head is just off Route 3 about 10 minutes east of Liverpool. Turn right onto Haughn's Road (immediately after Seaside Centre on your right). You will see a grassy parking area on your right 30 seconds later.
This one-kilometer white sand beach with shallow waters is a haven on a hot day and popular with swimmers and sand castle construction foremen everywhere! Perfect for families who want to spend the day enjoy Mother Nature's air conditioning. Eat your lunch at one of the picnic tables and change to your swim suit in the changing rooms. All day sun worshippers will appreciate the washrooms on site.
GPS: 43.954568, -64.814808
Highway 3 in Summerville Centre, about 10 minutes west of Liverpool.
A 22 square kilometre area on shoreline, noted for its abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery. Two nature walking trails along the Atlantic Ocean. Swimming not recommended due to undertow.
GPS (parking lot): 43.838280, -64.856291
Keji Seaside is on St Catherines River Road, just off Exit 22 on Highway 103 about 20 minutes west of Liverpool.
A popular beach for families, Beach Meadows sports a playground, picnic area, change rooms, washroom facilities and is wheelchair accessible. A fantastic retreat on a hot summer's day, or a wonderful place for a winter's stroll.
GPS: 44.056860, -64.640154
Highway 3, about 10 minutes east of Liverpool.
You take the first steps on the warm white sand. A wave crashes on the shore and you feel a gentle mist settle on your face. You spread out your towel, take out your book, and for the time that follows you are free. The pristine beaches of Queens County are known far and wide for their white sands, rocky shores and great surfing conditions. Offering a shoreline of great contrasts, you can walk along a deserted beach (at any time of the year) or you can go to one of our more popular spots where you can join a volleyball game, build a sandcastle, surf, or commune with the other sun worshippers.
For years, our beaches have been one of our best kept secrets, a secret we are now sharing with you.