Covid-19 Considerations

Camping on the beautiful Bay of Fundy - 
surrounded by nature, take a deep
breath of fresh salt air
and allow yourself to relax...


As always, we are dedicated to providing you and your family with a safe, clean, quiet, and professionally managed camping experience.

While Health Canada and Nova Scotia public health continue to respond to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, travel restrictions and requirements are subject to change. Please make yourself aware of the most current travel guidelines -

Public Health measures for 2021:

Facilities:
  • Universal masking is required within ten feet of all buildings
  • Universal masking is required in all interior spaces - washrooms, laundry, rec hall/library, and office
All Guests:
  • Please maintain a physical distance of two metres or six feet from those not in your household or family household bubble
  • Face masks are required for all guests when inside or within ten feet of all buildings (office, washrooms, pool change rooms, laundry, rec hall/library)
Registration:
  • Guest and visitor registration will include the following paperwork:
    • full name and contact information for each member of the party
    • completion of an agreement that all members of the party will abide by the outlined safety measures
Reminders:
  • If you or anyone in your party has a cold or flu, is caring for someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or is not feeling well on the planned day of arrival, please call to reschedule your visit
  • Please wear a mask when you come into the office to register upon arrival
  • Please have only one person come into the office, while your party remains outside or in your vehicle


Thank you for your understanding, cooperation, and good humour
as we all navigate the 2021 Edition of Covid-19...
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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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