Camping at our Provincial Parks
Seaside vistas or riverside views. In the valley or on top of a mountain. Backwoods tenting or car camping. Nova Scotia is home to more than 110 private campgrounds, 20 provincial camping parks, and two spectacular National Parks.
From RV hook-ups to off-the-beaten-track adventures, discover what makes the great outdoors so great.
Top 5 Camping Sites
Camping here is popular for a very good reason, so sites at these campgrounds book up quickly. Be sure to make reservations
- Rissers Beach - South Shore
- Mira River - Cape Breton
- Caribou/Munroes Island - Northumberland Shore
- Graves Island - South Shore
- Dollar Lake - Eastern Shore
Cape Chignecto Provincial Park
Featuring sea cliffs that tower above the waters, sheltered coves, steep ravines and old growth forests, the Cape Chignecto Provincial Park is a hike beyond the ordinary. This wilderness park offers more than 40 kilometres (25 miles) of trails, remote walk-in campsites, and a picnic area overlooking the dramatic Bay of Fundy. Visit Cape Chignecto and take a walk on the wild side, naturally.