Oakfield

lake at Oakfield Park
Serviced from May 15th to October 12th
366 Oakfield Park Rd, Oakfield, NS B2T 1B3
Lands and Forestry Office Waverley
Facilities and Services:
accessible icon Accessible Features  
  Off Season Use Although Provincial Day Use Parks are not serviced after October 12th, 
the public can access the trails and beaches. 
Please be aware that there are no staff or services i.e. garbage collection 
or snow removal.  
Gates are closed so parking may be affected in some locations.  
Remember to have a hiking plan for your safety and please pack in and pack out
Parking icon Parking Ample parking with designated parking for boat launch
  Private Events For guidelines and regulations for public and private events please see Have an Event
vault toilet icon Vault Toilet (Outhouse) Vault toilets (outhouses) are available throughout the park
 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.
Picnic table icon Picnic Area Large grassy areas, picnic tables and vault toilets.
  BBQ Contained flame BBQ's and cookstoves are permitted.  
Please dispose of coals properly. 
Open fires are NOT permitted.  
Please see the Rules and Regulations for more information
Beach Access Icon

Beach Access

 Freshwater on the Shubenacadie-Grand Lake 

Boat Launch Icon Boat Launch Public boat launch available when park is open
Please follow the on site parking instructions and remember that gates 
are locked when the park closes. 
Paddling icon Paddling (Canoe/Kayak) Shubenacadie-Grand Lake 
Swimming icon Swimming Unsupervised  
 supervised swimming icon Swimming Supervised  Lifeguard service by Halifax Regional Municipality July-August* 
Change house icon Change House  
Fishing icon Fishing Fishing is permitted with a Nova Scotia sport fishing licence.  
Please check fishing regulations. 
Visit the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture for more information
trail icon Hiking Trail  Easy walking trails through wooded area

*Subject to Change

For information about nearby attractions, please visit Tourism Nova Scotia