Open June 4 to October 18, 2021
10110 Hwy 4, St. Peter's, NS B0E 3B0
Telephone: (902) 535-3094
Facilities and Services:
|Accessible Features||Park office
Restroom with showers
|24 Unserviced Campsites||
Mixture of wooded, partially wooded and open campsites with parking,
|21 Serviced Campsites||
A mixture of open and partially wooded campsites (sites 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 26 - 41)
8 Walk-In Campsites
|Open and wooded campsites (sites 1, 2, 3, 12, 13, 15, 16 & 17)
|Restroom with Shower
Masks required inside facilities
Open with physical distancing and enhanced cleaning.
Closed for cleaning daily (times posted at park)
Washroom facility with one universal accessible/family washroom with toilet and
|Vault Toilet (Outhouse)||Frequency of cleaning will be indicated with signage.
Vault toilets (outhouses) are available throughout the park
|Drinking Water||Water taps are available throughout the campground|
Open with physical distancing
|Dishwashing station located at the Comfort Station|
Mask required for entry
Deck is accessible by a wooden ramp with a 6% grade however the entrance door
|Firewood/Ice||Firewood and ice can be purchased at the Park Office
Times posted at the park
|Program Area||Space for outdoor activities or programs|
|Waste/Recycling||Waste sorting and recycling containers located throughout the park.
Please do not dispose of propane cylinders or coals in the garbage containers.
|Wi-Fi||Available at the entry building and surrounding area.|
|Day Use/Picnic Area||Picnic tables, picnic shelters, water tap, vault toilets and beach access overlooking
the historic St Peter's Canal.
Available for non-campers use.
Salt water on St. Peter's Bay
|Swimming Unsupervised||Unsupervised swimming at the beach|
|Fishing||Fishing is permitted with a Nova Scotia sport fishing licence.
Please check fishing regulations.
Visit the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture website for more information
4 trails highlighting local history
|Look Off||Located at the head of the Woodland Loop Trail|
|Lighthouse||Jerome Point Lighthouse
Located on the entrance road to the camping park.
A wooden, square, pyramidal tower nearly 11 metres in height built in 1956 (the first
lighthouse at this site was built in 1883).
|Exhibit/Interpretive Panels||Interpretive panels located in the day use area and at the Woodland Loop trail|
For information about nearby attractions, please visit Tourism Nova Scotia