Open June 4 to October 18, 2021
89 Provincial Park Road, Whycocomagh, NS B0E 3M0
Lands and Forestry Office Whycocomagh
Facilities and Services:
|Accessible Features||Registration kiosk
Restroom with showers
|22 Unserviced Campsites||
Open sites with parking, campfire ring/grill and picnic table.
Campsites 22, 27 & 34 are closed.
|10 Serviced Campsites||
Open sites with two way hook up (30 amp electrical service and drinking water)
1 Walk-In Campsites
|Campsite 37 is closed.|
|Group camping not available in 2021.
Contact Lands and Forestry office in Whycocomagh
|3 Yurts||Yurts $59.95 per night for up to four people and $10 for each additional person.
Maximum of six people.
|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 mens and womens washrooms with toilets and showers.
Gravelled parking area near the building. Access to building is by a wide, gravel
path with a low grade. Access to entrance is by a 1.2m wide wooden ramp or by
wooden stairs. Bottom landing is grass covered, top landing is level. Ramp has edge
protection and stairs have handrails. Well lit entrance with bench for seating. Entry
doors have clear width of 33" with a 6mm threshold.
Accessible stall has toilet with tank for back support, grab bars, and accessible
hardware. Sinks and counter have knee clearance. Sinks have lever style taps.
Roll-in shower with a slip-resistant surface and 2 grab bars. Accessible
water control hardware, hand held showerhead. Seat is outside the shower stall.
|Vault Toilet (Outhouse)||Frequency of cleaning will be indicated with signage.
Vault toilets (outhouses) are available throughout the park.
|Drinking Water||Water taps are available throughout the campground|
Open with physical distancing
|Dishwashing station located at the Comfort Station|
Not available in 2021
|Laundry facilities at the Comfort Station|
Registered campers only
|Dump station available|
|Registration Kiosk||Kiosk is located in the entry building at the park entrance. Paved driveway
leads to a concrete walkway with a slightly raised wooden ramp. The sheltered,
well lit entrance door has clear width of 33" with level interior and exterior
landings. Threshold to enter is 20mm and to exit is 40mm. Single seat inside.
Counter height of 1m and phone height of 1.4m.
The payment drop slot (Iron Ranger) is next to the building off the path, slot
height is 1.56m.
|Firewood/Ice||Firewood and ice can be purchased at the Registration Kiosk. Cash only.
Times posted at park.
|Program Area||Centrally located space for outdoor activities or programs|
|Group Use Shelter
Not available in 2021
|Not available in 2021
Enclosed building for shelter on rainy days or for activities and programs.
|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.
Hike to the top of Salt Mountain and look down on Whycocomagh Bay.
|Playground||Outdoor surfaces such as playgrounds are not cleaned.
Located near the Registration Kiosk.
|Look Off||On the Salt Mountain Trail|
For information about nearby attractions, please visit Tourism Nova Scotia