Dominion Beach is located in Cape Breton County
Dominion Beach was one of the original 15 beaches first supervised by the Nova Scotia Beach Supervision Program in 1973.
Dominion Beach features a large change house that includes showers, flush toilets, and abundant parking.
Dominion Beach is a relatively safe beach with a gentle sloping sand bottom. It can experience large surf conditions when the wind is blowing from the Northeast. The rough surf conditions develop strong currents which can make swimming dangerous. The supervised swimming area is marked by two red and yellow flags approximately 200m apart. On days with offshore winds, inflatables or floatation devices are not to be used.
From Halifax, take Barrington St, Angus L. Macdonald Bridge/Macdonald Bridge and Woodland Ave to NS-118 N in Dartmouth Follow NS-102 to NS-104/Trans-Canada Hwy in Antigonish, Subd. A Get on NS-125 E in Sydney River from NS-104/Trans-Canada Hwy and NS-4 E then merge onto NS-125 E Continue on Grand Lake Rd/NS-4 E. Drive to Seaside Dr in Dominion. Turn right onto Grand Lake Rd/NS-4 E. Turn left onto Gardiner Rd (signs for Gardiner Mines/Dominion/New Waterford). Turn right onto Seaside Dr (signs for Nova Scotia Trunk 28 E/Dominion/Glace Bay). Beach will be on the left
48 Lower Mitchell Avenue, Dominion