This was probably my favorite place of all the dives I did in the Halifax area. It's on the far side of St. Margaret's Bay just past Fox Point. You park on the side of the road, climb over a barrier/railing and take a short trail down to a small pebble beach. There's nothing marking the place from the road so you have to go with someone who's familiar with it. The dive is a slope of boulders and small rocks that leads down to a sandy bottom around 50-75 feet deep. My favorite area was down and out to the left. There was a group of anemone-covered boulders at the bottom of the slope. "Sea raven" sculpins helped out by posing around them. There were also groups of fish (the locals called them "perch" although they looked nothing like West coast perch) that would swim up to our masks and follow us around. On one dive here (we did several), there was a massive school of mackerel (or herring?) that swirled around us leaving a tunnel to the surface. As with most local dives, lobsters were common. Large "finger-type" sponges were everywhere. Some had little crabs and egg masses in their branches. Visibility was 30-40 feet on all dives.