The provincial parks system offers a wide variety of campsites, services and programs.
All our camping parks have attractive campsites in private locations, and have picnic tables and fireplaces.
Please note all prices include HST.
The cost to make a reservation is $10.69 (incl. tax); to change a reservation is $8.14 (incl. tax); there is no charge to cancel a reservation, but there is a notification schedule for refunds.
The reservation fee is separate from campsite fees or vehicle entry pass fees. The reservation fee is non-refundable and covers the operating cost of the Provincial Parks Campsite Reservation Service. This fee is charged per call/online transaction. Reservation fees are charged when you make a reservation.
The Terms and Conditions for the Provincial Parks Campsite Reservation Service are available at this link.
All vehicles entering a park will be charged either a $7.00 Nightly Vehicle Pass (camping with vehicle), $10 Daily Vehicle Pass (vehicle access to day use) or a $50.00 Seasonal Vehicle Pass fee (per vehicle). To camp with a vehicle you must have a valid Nightly Vehicle Pass. The Seasonal Vehicle Pass will gain you access to all Provincial Parks for the season in which it was purchased.
You can buy campsite permits and vehicle passes at the park checkpoint between the hours of 8:00 am and 10:00 pm daily. A campsite permit is valid for the park in which it was issued. Campsite permits expire at 2:00 pm on the scheduled date of departure. If you wish to stay longer you must register prior to checkout time. All visitors to campsites must register at the checkpoint.
A 35% discount for Seniors (65+) is available on all campsite and vehicle entry fees. Clients must provide documentation of age upon check-in.
Campsite Permits (refunds are not available once campsites are occupied)
Serviced Campsites include electrical services and access to day use areas, comfort stations (shower and toilet facilities), garbage collection, recycling bins and park water taps. On site water service are available at some parks.
Serviced Campsites are available at Dildo Run, Frenchman's Cove, J.T. Cheeseman, La Manche, Lockston Path, and Notre Dame Provincial Parks.
|$2,502.68 to $2,873.45|
Unserviced Campsites include access to day use areas, comfort stations (shower and toilet facilities), garbage collection, recycling bins and park water taps. On site water service may be available at some parks.
Unserviced Campsites are available at Barachois Pond, Blow Me Down, Butter Pot, Dildo Run, Frenchman's Cove, J.T. Cheeseman, La Manche, Lockston Path, Notre Dame, Pinware River, Pistolet Bay, Sandbanks and Sir Richard Squires Memorial Provincial Parks.
|$1,524.72 to $1873.99|
Group Campgrounds are available at Barachois Pond, Butter Pot, Lockston Path and Notre Dame Provincial Parks.
Remote Camping - Only located at Barachois Pond Provincial Park. Camping is available in remote sites at the 340 metre summit of Erin Mountain. Please register at the park office.
Camping Unit Storage
Chance Cove Provincial Park is the only unstaffed and unserviced camping park in the system. This park does not have designated campsites or onsite staff. The only services provided to the public are access to pit toilets and garbage collection. There are no fees associated with camping or vehicle passes.