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Why live in Beaver Bank?

Beaver Bank is a tight-knit community in the Halifax Regional Municipality that borders Lower Sackville. This Halifax suburb is known for being on nature’s doorstep. The area has plenty of scenic lakes and rivers, like Fenerty Lake, Horse Shoe Lake, Hamilton Lake, Square Lake, Tucker Lake, and Rasley Lake, to name a few. This easy access to lakes means endless opportunities for fishing, kayaking, paddleboarding, swimming, as well as hiking, as there are a number of picturesque walking paths and trails near the lakes. Beaver Bank also has two golf courses, Lost Creek Golf Club and Emerson Ridge Driving Range, as well as a children’s camp, Harold T. Barrett Fun Forest Camp. Meanwhile, since it’s such a family-oriented community, you will find lots of recreational programs for youth, adults, and seniors here. These are largely offered by the neighbourhood’s community centre, Beaver Bank Community Centre. Further, despite its small size, Beaver Bank has plenty of amenities for residents to enjoy, like a number of restaurants, Tucker Lake Pizza and Foosing Chinese Restaurant, as well as two convenience stores and a pharmacy. For big box shopping and a major grocery store, residents can quickly and easily travel into Lower Sackville. Of course, Halifax is also close by, which offers even more opportunities for dining, shopping, nightlife, and arts and culture. Some of the must-see attractions in Halifax include the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax Public Gardens, Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, and Point Pleasant Park. Overall, if you’re looking for a safe and quiet community to call home with easy access to the great outdoors, Beaver Bank will be perfect for you.

Quality and diversity of education in Beaver Bank

The Halifax Regional Centre for Education is responsible for running the public schools in Beaver Bank, of which there are four. They are Beaver Bank - Kinsac Elementary School, Beaver Bank Monarch - Drive Elementary School, Harold T. Barrett Junior High School, and Lockview High School. In other words, there are several schools in Beaver Bank, which means children do not have to travel to another community for K-12 education. Although there are no private schools in Beaver Bank, there are several others in nearby Halifax and its surrounding communities, like Via Vita Academy in Lower Sackville, as well as Halifax Independent School, Halifax Christian Academy, and Shambhala School in Halifax. Post-secondary education is also easily accessible. Maritime Business College is a stone’s throw away in Lower Sackville, and then of course, you have all the highly-regarded universities in Halifax, like Dalhousie University, St. Mary’s University, Mount Saint Vincent University, NSCAD University, University of King’s College, and the Atlantic School of Theology. Also, less than an hour north you will find Acadia University in Wolfville, another of the province’s top universities.

Most populous cities in Beaver Bank

Beaver Bank is a small suburban community of just under 10,000 residents. Thus, it is not typically divided into smaller neighbourhoods. That said, some of the main communities around Beaver Bank include Lower Sackville, Waverley, Fall River, Bedford, Wellington, and Middle Sackville.

Quality of infrastructure for Beaver Bank

Despite its distance from Halifax, Beaver Bank is still served by Halifax Transit, the transit authority responsible for bringing public transportation to the Halifax Regional Municipality. Specifically, there is one bus, the 86 bus, that goes to Beaver Bank. There are also a number of bus routes departing daily from Lower Sackville. Further, since Beaver Bank is located just outside the city of Halifax, you are well-situated if you need to travel to the airport. Halifax Stanfield International Airport, the largest airport in the Maritimes, is just over 25 minutes by car from Beaver Bank. Travelling outside of Halifax is also easy with both a Via Rail station and a Maritime Bus stop nearby in Lower Sackville. Via Rail offers passenger train services to other parts of the Maritimes, as well as to the rest of Canada, including to major cities like Quebec City, Montreal, Toronto, and Ottawa. Meanwhile, Maritime Bus provides coach bus services to cities and towns throughout New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and eastern Quebec. While all of this transportation infrastructure is available to Beaver Bank residents, most people choose to get around by car. Thankfully, this is also easy due to the fact that it is located near several major highways, such as Highway 101, Highway 102, and Highway 118. Finally, when it comes to healthcare, Beaver Bank does not have its own hospital, but Lower Sackville’s Cobequid Community Health Centre is only 10 minutes by car. There are also several other hospitals in the Halifax area, including the Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre, the largest hospital in Atlantic Canada.

Safety and security for Beaver Bank

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) has a Beaver Bank detachment that is tasked with upholding the safety of the community. Emergency services can always be reached by dialling 9-1-1. That said, crime rates are low in Beaver Bank and major natural disasters are not too common, though hurricanes are a risk when living on the Nova Scotia coast.

Beaver Bank property market

Beaver Bank is a highly desirable place to live. Yet, its distance from Halifax and more rural feel have allowed housing prices to remain affordable. Given that the area is largely residential, it is mostly made up of subdivisions, as well as one mobile home park, Woodbine Mobile Home Park. This means that the majority of property types you will find here are detached homes, semi-detached homes, and townhomes.

Standard of living in Beaver Bank

Residents of Beaver Bank love living here. It is a quiet and relaxing escape from the city and its location allows residents to enjoy the great outdoors on a daily basis. Plus, it remains affordable, which makes it a great spot for families and seniors. It also has all the basic amenities that you need, like schools, daycares, and restaurants, as well as public transit access.

Something wonderful about Beaver Bank

Beaver Bank has a unique history that’s worth exploring. First, the city is believed to have been named after the fact that it was home to a large beaver dam at the time it was settled. The community was settled in the 1780s by Loyalist settlers who escaped to Canada after the end of the American Revolutionary War. Fast forward roughly 200 years when Beaver Bank became home to a Royal Canadian Air Force radar base in the 1950s. The Beaver Bank Radar Base served as an early warning radar station during the Cold War, when bomber raids by the Soviet Union were an increasing threat. Thus, this station in Beaver Bank played an important role in the early history of Canada's and North America's air defence program. Although originally financed by the United States Air Force, the RCAF started to finance it in the 1960s. By the 1970s, it was abandoned after being used as a cement plant for a few years.

Population & demographics

Total population


Population age (%)

0-19 (24%)20-34 (16%)35-49 (23%)50-64 (22%)65+ (14%)


Average household income


Household composition (%)

Single person (18%)Multi person (4%)Single Family (77%)

Owners / Renters (%)

Owners (92%)Renters (8%)

Mother Tongue (%)

English (96%)French (2%)Others (1%)

How much does it cost to live in Beaver Bank?


Median Selling Price$606,750

Average Days on Market


#Active Listings (last 30 days)


#Sold Listings (last 30 days)


Beaver Bank Review


Car Friendly


Excellent access to freeways and major arteries, with a vast amount of parking nearby

Pedestrian Friendly


Other transportation modes are needed to reach day-to-day needs

Transit Friendly


Few transit options

Shopping, Food and Nightlife



Few or no cafés within walking distance



No grocery stores within walking distance



Few or no bars within walking distance



Few or no shops within walking distance



Few or no restaurants within walking distance

Greenery & Character



Very few sources of noise nearby, if any



Quiet atmosphere at all hours