Eastern Kings County, PEI has lots of secluded, local beaches like Bear Shore
If you follow the Bear River Road it turns to a clay road in Saint Margarets when it intersects the Northside Road at 16. Keep on the clay Bear Shore road to a secluded, local beach where a pond empties into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. Updated – I got corrected this beach is called Bear Shore or St. Margarets Beach depending on who you ask.
There is a small bank to navigate with rocks to walk on. Not the best for the disabled but it may be OK for you. Check out the video.
The water was good for both wading and swimming. There is a nice walk along the shore to the cliffs after you cross the stream. The views were spectacular like most PEI beaches.
The pond doesn’t have a name according to the maps. Some references say the stream and pond are the end of the Bear River.