Frequently Asked Questions

When does the campground open and close? The Cove Oceanfront Campground opened for the 2020 season on June 5, per Nova Scotia Public Health guidelines. The park plans to remain open through mid-October 2020, but this may be subject to change. 

What is the campground doing to keep me safe during the pandemic?
The safety and health of our guests and staff is our primary concern. A complete and up-to-date list of public health protection measures is available here for your review.

When can we arrive/check-in?
Check-in begins at 2 pm AST each day and finishes at 7 pm. Please plan accordingly.

May we check in before 2 pm? If the site is vacant and has been cleaned and prepared for new guests, early check-in will be accommodated for a charge of $10.00/hour for each hour prior to 2 pm.

How late can we check in? To allow all guests to enjoy a quiet evening, arriving guests must register by 7 pm.

When do we have to leave? Guests must depart the park by 11 am on the day of check-out, unless a Late Check-Out has been secured.

What is Late Check-Out? For guests who wish to continue to enjoy the park between 11 am and 4 pm, paid Late Check-Out may be arranged through the office. The Late Check-Out fee is equal to one half (1/2) of the nightly charges.

May we reserve a particular site? Reservations are routinely accepted within an area or price category, i.e. a full-service Standard Waterfront or an un-serviced site in the $49.95/night category. If you wish to select one particular site within the tent area or Premium full-service sites, a Site-Specific Reservation Service is available. If the preferred site is available for the requested dates, the reservation may be made "Site Specific" for an additional charge of $5.00/night. Click here to make your reservation now.

Can I make a reservation without using a credit card? Yes - each reservation requires a non-refundable deposit equal to the first five (5) nights charges (site rate, reservation fee and taxes). Payment may be provided by eTransfer, cash, money order, cashier/bank check or credit card.

What is the Cancellation Policy? Cancellations received more than one week (seven days) prior to arrival will be provided with a letter of credit. Cancellations received less than one week prior to arrival forfeit the deposit amount. Changes in arrival dates will be accommodated with no additional charge.

We are traveling with our dog/cat - is that OK? Well-mannered pets are welcome as long as they have owners who clean up after them. Pets must be on-leash at all times, and may not be left unattended at the site.

Can we swim in the Bay of Fundy? Yes, the campground has two cobble (stone) beaches accessible to guests and the water is clean, cold, and safe for swimming. Many guests prefer to swim in the heated, outdoor, ocean-view pool.

How big/warm is the pool? The ocean-view pool measures twenty feet by forty feet (20' by 40'), and is heated to 82o F/ 27o C. The shallow end is accessed by stairs and the deep end is eight (8) feet deep. The pool is open from mid-June through early September. (Access in 2020 is subject to all public health guidelines)

Will my site have a picnic table/fire pit? Yes, each site has a picnic table and a fire ring.

What can we get at the seafood market/cafe? (Closed for the 2020 Season) Nautical Seafoods Market & Cafe is across the street from the campground and has fresh fish, scallops, live lobsters, chowder, lobster rolls and other treats available for your lunch or dinner.

Can we fish off the campground and/or the Parker's Cove wharf next door? Yes you can; Nova Scotia does not require a license for salt-water fishing.

Do you have cable TV? The park provides Wi-Fi service but does not have cable TV available.

When does the campground close? Fall is a beautiful season on the Bay of Fundy, and the campground plans to be open through mid-October, 2020.

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Our Guests Say...

We just wanted to say "thank you" for our wonderful stay in Parker's Cove. Your campground was the best we stayed at while in Nova Scotia and we will certainly recommend it to others that may be traveling there. People in Nova Scotia were exceptionally friendly and laid back, which felt wonderful in this dog eat dog world we are in! Again, thank you for the stay and should we get to Nova Scotia again we will certainly make it a point to stop by!

Beth and John S., Vermont

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