Countdown, T-minus-2-Days until Parks Nova Scotia reservation lines open for camping season 2015. Here’s how the move for some campgrounds to self-service will affect you.
This camping season, ‘Ranger Google’ might be campers port-of-call at some Nova Scotia provincial parks. We asked how this will affect your camping experience.
Nova Scotia will see seven of 20 provincial parks move to self-service, including two parks located within Halifax Regional Municipality. We had a few questions around how this will affect campers and glampers alike. Here’s what we found out…
Campgrounds moving to a self-service model (Red are campgrounds East Coast Glamping services)
Starry night in an East Coast Glamping bell tent
- Porters Lake Provincial Park, HRM
- Island’s Provincial Park, Shelburne County, South Shore area
- Smileys Provincial Park, Windsor are towards the Annapolis Valley
- Boylston Provincial Park, Guysborough County
- Salsman Provincial Park, Country Harbour
- Whycocomagh Provincial Park, Whycocomagh, Cape Breton Island
Here’s a few considerations:
- Self-service check-in: It will be important campers have their registration form printed and know their campsite before arriving. This will help you…
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