Boylston

boylston
Open June 3 to September 12, 2022
11131 Hwy 16, Boylston, NS B0H 1N0
Natural Resources and Renewables  Guysborough Office 
    
 
Facilities and Services:

Please review the COVID-19 Restrictions and the park rules and regulations prior to making a reservation. 

accessible icon Accessible Features Registration kiosk
Restrooms with showers
Campsites
camping icon 34 Unserviced Campsites

Wooded campsites.
Parking, picnic table, campfire ring/grill.
Accessible campsite 11

Campsite 10 & 30 closed

shower icon Restroom with Shower Washroom facility with two universal accessible/family washrooms with toilet and 
shower.
Bevelled threshold at main entrance door.  Clear door width of 35", toilets have grab 
bars. Roll-in shower with adjustable seat and hand-held showerhead.
vault toilet icon Vault Toilet (Outhouse) Vault toilets (outhouses) are available throughout the park
Drinking Water Icon Drinking Water Water taps are available throughout the campground
Dishwashing station icon Dishwashing Station Dishwashing station located at the Comfort Station
Trailer Dump icon Trailer Dump
 
Dump station available 
Registration Kiosk icon Registration Kiosk Self-registration
Accessible by a ramp(50mm threshold) with handrails or stairs. 
Firewood icon Firewood/Ice Available for purchase at the Registration Kiosk.  Cash Only
Times posted at the park.
Program Area Icon Program Area Space for outdoor activities or programs
waste recycling icon Waste/Recycling Waste sorting and recycling containers located throughout the park.
Please do not dispose of propane cylinders or coals in the garbage containers.
wifi icon Wi-Fi

Available near the Registration Kiosk

Picnic table icon Day Use/Picnic Area Partially wooded hilltop with picnic tables  overlooking Irving Lake
Available for non-campers use
Shoreline Access icon Shoreline Access Freshwater on Irving Lake
Paddling icon Paddling (Canoe/Kayak) Freshwater in Irving Lake
Fishing icon 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.

For information about nearby attractions, please visit Tourism Nova Scotia