Lawrencetown Beach Provincial Park is a 747 hectare (1845 acre) park featuring a 1.5 kilometre sandy and pebbled beach. The strong rip tides and powerful waves attracts surfers from around the world.
Lawrencetown Beach Provincial Park adventures, and activities most enjoyed along the route includes surfing, sightseeing, swimming, beachcombing, and picnicking.
Because it is one of the most popular sandy beaches in the region plus one is always entertained by the surfing enthusiasts who dot the shoreline trying to catch the next big wave.
The more important, some would say only, features, amenities, services located in and around Lawrencetown Beach Provincial Park includes a picnic area, information signs, showers, surf lessons, washrooms, boardwalk trails, lifeguards (summer only), change rooms, and parking.