1108 West Advocate Road, Advocate Harbour, NS
Telephone: (902) 392-2085
Facilities and Services:
|Park Office||All campers must register at the park office before entering the park.|
Backcountry Campsites (Hike-in)
|Only accessible from trailhead at Red Rocks
Coastal trail includes physically challenging conditions
Users should be physically fit and able to carry equipment appropriate for wilderness travel
Mill Brook, Refugee Cove, Little Bald Rock, Big Bald Rock Brook, Keyhole Brook, and Eatonville
When booking online, select “Backcountry Hiking” or “Backcountry Kayaking”or
"Bunkhouse" as your Reservation Type.
|Walk-in Campsites||New Yarmouth:
Accessed via a multi-use/service trail, accessible from parking lot and/or drop off area.
Parking lot is 300 m from first site; drop off area is 75 m from first site.
Centralized pit privies and woodshed.
Each site has fire grill and is well buffered from the others
When booking online, select “Backcountry Hiking” as your Reservation Type.
|Kayak Campsites||Refugee Cove and Seal Cove.
When booking online, select “Backcountry Kayaking” as your Reservation Type.
|Group Campsite||Christy Field (adjacent to drop off area)
Requests from groups will be addressed on a case-by-case basis.
Maximum group size: 12 persons, including tour guides.
Maximum tent capacity: 4 persons.
Maximum number of tents: 3 four-person or 6 two-person tents.
Each tent requires a campsite permit.
|Cabin/Bunk House||Located on the Coastal Trail, no electricity or running water, wood stove and firewood.
Bunkhouse at Eatonville (8 single bunks)
Cabins at Big Bald Rock Brook, Carey Brook and Arch Gulch (4 double bunks)
Check-in 1:00pm, check-out 11:00am
When booking online, select "Bunkhouse" as your Reservation Type.
|Vault Toilet (Outhouse)||Outhouses are provided at all campsites.
In other areas, dig a hole and bury human waste at least 100m away from streams and other sources of drinking water.
|Drinking Water||Boil, filter or treat all water before consuming.
Do not bathe or wash dishes in streams or other water sources.
|BBQ's/Fires||Contained flame BBQ's and cookstoves are permitted.
Open fires are prohibited at backcountry campsites.
Fires permitted in designated campfire grills/rings at New Yarmouth only
|Waste/Recycling||Pack out all garbage while in the backcountry campsites/trails.
Waste sorting and recycling containers located near the park entrance.
|Day Use||Eatonville Day Use: Parking, trails, look-offs, vault toilets.
Three Sisters look-off overlooking Eatonville Harbour.
Squally Point look-off overlooking Spicers Cove.
Saltwater, Bay of Fundy
52 km coastal loop, rated as Difficult.
|Lookout||Approach cliffs only at designated viewing areas.
The cliff line is constantly eroding and may be unstable.
For information about nearby attractions, please visit Tourism Nova Scotia