Open June 5th to October 19th, 2020
10110 Hwy 4, St. Peter's
Telephone: (902) 535-3094
Home to a number of historically significant sites, including the site of a lime kiln used to make plaster and mortar, some of which was used in the construction of Fortress Louisbourg, as well as the remains of two forts that were involved in the French and English struggle over the North American continent. The lighthouse found in the park serves as a beacon for the entrance to St. Peters Canal. Completed in 1869, the 800 m (2,600 ft.) the St Peter’s Canal and lock system allows vessels to sail between Bras d' Or Lake and the Atlantic Ocean.
Facilities and Services
  • 53 Campsites
  • 21 Serviced Sites 
  • 8 Walk In Sites
  • Comfort Station
  • Hiking Trails
  • Beach access (unsupervised)
  • WiFi available at  the admin building and surrounding area. Password required, please see the park receptionist.
Nearby Attractions
  • St. Peter's Canal (adjoining)
  • Nicolas Denys Museum, St. Peter's
  • Wallace MacAskill Museum, St. Peter's
  • Sydney, Nova Scotia