Ellenwood Lake

2020 Operational Season has ended.
Open June 15 - October 12, 2020
Reservation Information
1888 Mood Road, Deerfield, NS
Telephone: (902) 761-2400 
Nestled between two lakes in the heart of southern Nova Scotia, this 114 ha (280 acre) park offers a walking trail in a hardwood setting, canoeing, swimming, and camping for all those who like to enjoy the outdoors. The quiet beauty of nature is evident everywhere at Ellenwood Lake Provincial Park. The shoreline holds some of Nova Scotia's rare plants, and the lakes have both brown and speckled trout and chain pickerel. 
 
Advisory in Effect:
Please be advised that the water at Ellenwood is subject to a chemical advisory and is posted not safe for drinking or cooking. Campers need to bring their own potable water. We apologize for any inconvenience.
 
Facilities and Services
For a complete list of service changes see our COVID-19 Updates COVID-19 Protocols are posted at each park, please respect the guidelines. 
Visitors must practice physical distancing throughout the park. 
 
Available:
  • 86 Campsites: 21 Serviced sites, 65 unserviced campsites including 5 Walk-ins
  • Comfort Station with restrictions
  • Hiking Trails
  • Beach access (supervised July & August)
  • Wood & Ice available at park office, credit/debit payment preferred cash will be accepted
  • Dump station open to registered campers only
  • Playground
  • Self-Registration Sept 5th to Oct 12th
Restrictions:
  • Comfort Station
    • Reduced capacity, access limited to one household at a time
    • Comfort Station will be closed for deep cleaning twice daily and open overnight
    • Reduced number of vault toilets available throughout the park 
  • Park Office 
    • In person check in not required 
    • Entry limited to one visitor inside at a time, please adhere to the direction provided on signage or from staff
    • Only campers with reservations will be allowed to enter campgrounds 
  • Camper shelter
    • Open (maximum occupancy of 6 people at a time)
For more information on nearby attractions visit Tourism Nova Scotia