The Atlantic coastline of Nova Scotia offers a wonderful surf setting and the shoreline of Queens County is no exception. With a multitude of points, reefs and beach breaks the local surf community welcomes surfers from afar. Late August through to mid November is the best time of year for surfing when one considers water temperature and wave activity. Existing retail infrastructure and seaside surf gear rentals support this growing tourism niche. In addition surf clinics and camps hosted by local businesses provide the opportunity for beginners to be introduced to this fast growing sport. Check out Magic Seaweed for the Nova Scotia surf forecast. The YouTube video above was created by a local enthusiast and you can see more of their videos here: Thrumylookingglass