We welcome area residents to attend an in-person public information session on November 30, 2023 from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Dominion Fire Hall, 14 Commercial Street, Dominion.
Tuesday September 19, 2023 9:10 a.m.
All provincial campgrounds will close at 1:00 p.m. on Friday September 15th and provincial day-use parks and beaches will close by 7:00 p.m. on Friday September 15th.
June 27, 2023
Lifeguard supervision at many Nova Scotia beaches will begin Saturday, July 1.
May 30, 2023 - 6:26 PM
As fire crews battle wildfires in Nova Scotia, the Province is announcing measures to prevent more from starting.
May 16, 2023 - 11:33 AM
October 28, 2022
For the second year in a row, Nova Scotia’s provincial parks have broken their record for the highest number of camper nights.
September 27, 2022 - 11:36 AM
Provincial park campgrounds and day-use parks closed due to hurricane Fiona are gradually reopening as assessments deem them safe and functional.
Summer events at parks around the province are starting on Canada Parks Day, Saturday, July 16.
Lifeguard supervision at many Nova Scotia beaches will begin on Friday, July 1.
Nova Scotia’s provincial parks will start opening Friday, May 20, for another season filled with camping, hiking, swimming and exploring nature.
People planning a summer camping adventure can make reservations at Nova Scotia’s provincial parks starting April 5.
Nova Scotia’s provincial parks are wrapping up another busy and successful season, welcoming more than one million visitors to camping and day-use parks and a record number of campers to provincial
Nova Scotia Provincial Parks is delaying the start of camping season at provincial camping parks until at least June 1 due to COVID-19 restrictions.
In celebration of Earth Day - today, April 22 - Premier Iain Rankin and Environment and Climate Change Minister Keith Irving joined Brendan Maguire, MLA for Halifax
Now is the time to start planning your summer camping adventure as reservations for Nova Scotia’s provincial parks 2021 camping season open April 6, 7 and 8.
Protected areas are an important part of conserving Nova Scotia’s unique habitats, coastline and biodiversity, while providing places for people to connect with nature.
Nova Scotia’s provincial parks had another successful year, welcoming more than 247,000 visitors at camping parks and over one million at day-use parks.
The Province recently announced the designation of two new Provincial Parks under the Provincial Parks Act. Barra Forest-MacNeils Vale Provincial Park and St.
Outside of the operational season, park services and washroom facilities are not available. Visitors must continue to follow park rules, including keeping dogs on leashes.