Celebrating 60 years of operation in 2021!
Open June 4 to September 13, 2021
4949 Hwy 2, Grand Lake, NS B0N 1Z0
Lands and Forestry Office Waverley 902 861 2560
Facilities and Services:
Entry to the park requires a gate access code. If you arrive at the park without an access code, please call 1-888-544-3434.
Be prepared to provide your reservation information to obtain the gate code.
|Accessible Features||Registration kiosk
Restroom with shower
|58 Unserviced Campsites||
Wooded sites with parking, campfire ring/grill and picnic table
|5 Walk-In Campsites||Wooded sites overlooking Grand Lake|
|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 shower,
plus mens and womens washrooms with toilets and showers.
Parking is on the adjacent paved road. Access to the building is by a low slope, brick
walkway with a minimum clear width of 1.7m. A level concrete landing provides access
to the entrance doors.
A security code is required to enter the universal washroom. The universal washroom
has a toilet with tank for back support and a grab bar. Sink has knee clearance.
Shower stall has a hand held showerhead and a fold down seat.
|Vault Toilet (Outhouse)||Frequency of cleaning will be indicated with signage.
Vault toilets (outhouses) are available throughout the park,
|Drinking Water||The water at Laurie Provincial Park is subject to a chemical advisory and is posted
as not safe for drinking or cooking due to a small exceedance of the Maximum
Allowable Concentration (MAC) for lead. Staff are working to remediate the issue.
Campers should bring their own water for consumption. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Canadian Drinking Water Standards as regulated by Nova Scotia Environment.
Open with physical distancing
|Dishwashing station located at the Comfort Station|
||Dump station available|
|Registration Kiosk||Kiosk located at the entry building. Paved parking about 60m to the rear of the
building. Access to the kiosk is by a concrete sidewalk with a curb cut. Kiosk is on a
gravel pad sheltered by the building overhang. The payment drop slot (Iron Ranger)
is next to the sidewalk, slot height is 1.8m.
|Firewood/Ice||Firewood and ice can be purchased at the Registration Kiosk. Cash only.
Times posted at the park.
|Program Area||Space for outdoor activities or programs, located in the day use area|
|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 Registration Kiosk and surrounding area.
|Day Use/Picnic Area||Large day use/picnic area with parking, picnic tables, drinking water, change house, and
Available for non-campers use.
Freshwater on Grand Lake
|Paddling (Canoe/Kayak)||Grand Lake|
|Swimming Unsupervised||Unsupervised swimming at the beach on Grand Lake
Accessing Grand Lake is at your own risk.
|Change House||In the day use area|
|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
|Hiking Trail||Wooded trail along Grand Lake|
|Look Off||On the walking trail and near the walk-in campsites. View of Grand Lake.|
For information about nearby attractions, please visit Tourism Nova Scotia