RV camping in Nova Scotia

Hit the road in an RV to explore the rocky headlands and weathered seascapes of Canada’s southeastern coast.

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RV camping in Nova Scotia guide

Overview

With more than 7,500 kilometers of coastline to explore, you'll never be far from an ocean view in Nova Scotia. The southeast tip of Canada's maritime region is perfect for a coastal road trip, taking you from sweeping cliffs and rocky coves past sandy beaches, picturesque villages, and historic lighthouses. Bringing your RV means you can enjoy camping through all four seasons (although some campgrounds do close over winter), and there are RV parks, provincial campgrounds, and Hipcamps dotted all around the province. A road trip along the Cabot Trail is unmissable (the views are most spectacular in fall), and there are eight campgrounds to choose from at Cape Breton Highlands National Park, some with flush toilets and fire pits. If you want full hookups and extra amenities, opt for an RV park instead. Several sit near Halifax, close enough for exploring Kejimkujik National Park and wine tasting in the Annapolis Valley.

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