Hirtle's Beach is a 2.6 kilometre long white sandy beach, extending from Point Enrage (east) to Gaff Point (west) near the community of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada. If you like beach walks this is your beach. Time your visit for low tides and you will have more than enough beach to explore. The 50 hectare (124 acre) parkland surrounding the sandy beach is a Nature Conservancy of Canada protected area. Hirtle's Beach also makes up the start of the Gaff Point Hiking Trail as the the trailhead is located at the west end of the beach.
Hirtle's Beach adventures, and activities most enjoyed include hiking, beachcombing,swimming, picnicking, sightseeing, wildlife watching and birding (birdwatching).
Because it is a real long sandy beach ideal for beach walking and beachcombing. Throw in the Gaff Point Hiking Trail located at the west end of the beach and the possibility of wildlife sightings like harbour porpoises, and minke whales and you have a great day for adventure. Did we mention that it is a real long beautiful beach - a 3 kilometre long beach matter of fact.
The more important, some would say only, features, amenities, services located in and around Hirtle's Beach includes parking, sightseeing benches, washrooms, picnic area, green space, and information signs.