Rissers Beach

Open June 15 - October 12, 2020
Reservation Information
5366 Hwy 331, Crescent Beach, NS
Telephone: (902) 688-2034
Whether you want to swim, search for sea shells, or just spend the day relaxing in the sun, Rissers Beach Provincial Park offers a kilometre long white sand beach and boardwalk along an inland marsh.
 
Facilities and Services
For a complete list of service changes see our COVID-19 Updates page. 
COVID-19 Protocols are posted at each park, please respect the guidelines. 
Visitors must practice physical distancing throughout the park. 
 
Available 
  • 92 Campsites
  • Campsites re-opening July 6th: 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 13, 14, 24, 28, 30, 33, 35, 40, 44, 48, 54, 59, 61, 67, 73, 84, 86, 87, 89, 92, 700, 701, 702, 703, 704, 705  
  • Serviced Campsites (water & electrical)
  • Comfort Station - with restrictions 
  • Hiking Trails
  • Wood & Ice available at park office, credit/debit payment preferred cash will be accepted
  • Supervised Beach (July & August)
  • Dump station open to registered campers only
Restrictions 
  • Comfort Station 
    • Reduced capacity, access limited to one household at a time
    • Open 9 am - 9 pm - closed periodically for cleaning throughout the day
    • Closed overnight 9 pm - 9 am
    • Reduced number of vault toilets available throughout the park 
  • ​Park Office ​
    • Service to campers at drive-up window preferred, 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 
  • Day Use Comfort Station 
    • Hours: 10am-2pm and 3pm-8pm. It will be closed for cleaning from 2pm-3pm
    • Please be advised these are the washroom facilities found in the day-use park. The comfort station in the campground has different hours which are listed in the table above
 
Closures
  • Campsites: 4, 17, 55, 56, 63, & 65 are closed
  • No group camping 
  • Playground closed 
  • Walk in sites closed 
For more information on nearby attractions visit Tourism Nova Scotia