Open May 21 to October 11, 2021
3138 Pereau Road, Canning, NS
Telephone: (902) 582-7319
Facilities and Services:
|76 Unserviced Campsites||
A mixture of open, partially wooded and wooded campsites.
Not available in 2021
|Group campsites not available in 2021
Contact the Lands and Forestry Office in Kentville.
|Restroom with Shower||Washroom facility with mens and womens washrooms with toilets and showers.
Parking area 30m from building with a gravel/grass path to entrance.
Level, concrete landing leads to doorway with 33" clear width and level thresholds.
Accessible toilet stall with grab bars.
Roll-in shower with mounted seat, grab bar, and a fixed showerhead.
|Vault Toilet (Outhouse)||Vault toilets (outhouses) are available throughout the park|
|Drinking Water||Water taps are available throughout the campground|
|Trailer Dump||Dump station available for registered campers|
|Park Office||New park office opening 2021.|
|Registration Kiosk||Self registration from Sept 5th to October 12th|
|Firewood/Ice||Available for purchase at the park office/registration kiosk|
|Program Area||Centrally located near the Emma Tichenor Campers' Centre, an outdoor space for
public events and programs.
|Group Use Shelter||
Not available in 2021.
Emma Tichenor Campers' Centre
|Waste/Recycling||Waste sorting and recycling containers located throughout the park.
Please do not dispose of propane cylinders or coals in the garbage containers.
Available at the park office and surrounding area.
|Day Use/Picnic Area||Picnic tables, picnic shelters, water taps, vault toilets next to the Jodrey Trail.
Available for non-campers use.
Saltwater on the Minas Basin. Tidal mud flats with sandstone and mudstone.
|Change House||Located near the beach|
A 13.5 km system of interconnected trails provides access to a variety of habitats and
|Playground||Centrally located near the Emma Tichenor Campers' Centre|
|Look Off||Numerous look-offs on the trails.
Accessible look-off at the top of the stairs to the beach
For information about nearby attractions, please visit Tourism Nova Scotia