Cabins near Tatamagouche with campfires

Tatamagouche gives campers access to beaches, diverse wildlife, and a slice of maritime history.

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Sandpoint Ocean Front Resort

13 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents87 acres · Tatamagouche, NS
Located within a five minute drive just outside of Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia, our property has over 2500 feet of oceanfront with a mixture of Sand, Pebble and Rock covered beaches. 1500 ft of our ocean front is mostly made up of 60ft high cliffs with trees for shelter from the wind and sun. We supply everything you need such as two prefabricated C-Can washroom / Shower Units with both of the washrooms having showers with running hot water, unlimited firewood, and running water to have an unforgettable Ocean Front RV/camping/tenting experience. Tatamagouche is home to the Tatamagouche Brewery, The Train Station Inn, The Creamery Square / Heritage Society (Anna Swan Museum) and the Balmoral Gristmill. Guests can take in dinning experiences at restaurants such as the Nook & Cranny, The Chowder House and Big Als Pub. For the golf enthusiasts, we are just 5 min away from the water front Brule Point Golf Course and for world class golfing experience we are just 30 minutes from the Fox Harbor Golf Resort. Our property is mainly made up of open spaces with few trees, we have an abundant of Pic-nic areas with oversized pic-nic tables are placed along the ocean front so guests can have an unforgettable gathering with friends and family. With steps down to our premium beach front and a walk out dock for our kayakers, the property has easy access to the water for kayaking, swimming and we have a small boat launch for personal water crafts during high tides. Come check out this one-of-a-kind property! All ocean front tenting / RV sites have no services available if you want access to power and water you will have to book one of the sites that have services to it. We only have seven serviced sites available to our guests.
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Wolf Pines Glamping Life

8 sites · Lodging, Tents10 acres · Bayhead, NS
Authentic Mongolian Yurt is nestled in a heart of beautiful pine forest on the North Shore between Tatamagouche and Malagash. You can enjoy near by beaches, boating, kayaking, biking, vineyard, brewery and local markets. The Yurt sits on an elevated deck for you to enjoy the views of a forest. It is equipped with a double bed and traditional Mongolian single bed. Bedding is also provided. There is a BBQ available and an outdoor fire pit. Gravity fed outdoor shower and toilets are located next to the Yurt. We ask that you only use natural soaps.
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Field & Fern Cabins

2 sites · Lodging17 acres · The Falls, NS
In the heart of The Falls, NS, Field and Fern offers two cozy tiny cabins for you to call home as you explore the area. Our tiny cabins have been described as a “charming bedroom in a field” and that’s exactly what they are! ​Each cabin has it's own self-managed heat pump to keep you comfortable any time of year. Enjoy the amenities provided in each private cabin and your own outdoor washroom steps away with a composting toilet available YEAR ROUND and hot showers available seasonally.
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Wild Pines Cabins

8 sites · Lodging3 acres · Lot 57, PE
Glamping cabins on 3 acres of forest next to a costal golf course and park in south eastern PEI. Water view, short walk to the shore and tall costal cliffs. Beach volleyball, lawn games, mini putt, swimming pool all within a 5 min walk. 8 cabins with a shared main building (kitchen and bathroom)
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Bootsie's

1 site · Lodging40 acres · Amherst, NS
After a short less than 5 minute walk, check out the sunset view out the back patio door, birds and squirrels chirping galore. Relax, have a campfire, dip your feet in the nearby brook and enjoy nature in this cozy and comfortable space. Explore acres of wooded area or take a walk/snowshoe in the trail. Seasonal activities such as a small apple orchard near by, pumpkin patch along with some farm animals (chickens, turkeys and sometimes cows)
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Winterbay Campground and Cottages

1 site · Lodging7 acres · Millcove, PE
This property is almost 8 acres on Winterbay. A calm bay that you could boat, kayak, paddleboard or sail. Or travel 5 minutes to the the world renowned beaches of our national park. Winterbay Campground is within a 15 minute drive to Charlottetown and a 35 minute drive to the Cavendish beach music festival. We have cottages and campsites ranging from serviced to unserviced.
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Unplugged Lakefront Hideaway

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Pleasant Valley, NS
Luna Rosa Chalet is proof dreams evolve with labour and love. The Chalet is a product of a slow-build; developed little by little over a 25-year span. The wood used in Luna Rosa's construction was collected from our farmland then sawed and shaped at a local mill. Style, comfort, whimsy, simplicity and a dose of nostalgia fill this space we hold near our hearts. We hope you love it too! Learn more about this land: A lakefront hideaway tucked in the heart of rural Nova Scotia. Adventurous souls will adore the wide open spaces of this uncharted, waiting-to-be-explored region. Designed and hand built by our family, our chalet-style cabin gazes peacefully upon Fisher Lake. Here, we aim to create a space where one can recharge the soul and embrace life's simple pleasures while discovering an area of Nova Scotia few take time to explore. Be seduced by nature and allow your senses to reawaken  ... Kaleidoscope sunsets, a bonfire's crackling dance, savouring meals alfresco, the feeling of the lake's fresh water on your skin while your heart remembers the freedom of having nowhere else to be.  With only a handful of cottages scattered upon the lake, prepare to soak in all the charms of lakeside living in a relaxed atmosphere. We have seasonal neighbours to the right, yet both properties are separated by the tree line, providing everyone space & privacy. Several nearby waterfalls, unforgettable Taylor Head Provincial Park plus the Musquodoboit Trailway are not to be missed and make for memorable day trips. Whether it's relaxation, adventure - or a little mix of them both,  a lake escape is all what one makes it! The Chalet An open concept design, with knotty pine ceilings; we aim to capture an extended feeling of home, simplicity & nostalgia. The Chalet is equipped with the luxuries of electricity, a kitchen, bathroom and running hot & cold water. (See important info on water conservation before booking!) We want you to be able to focus on relaxing and unplugging - so there is not much you need bring along, save your food/drinks and swimsuits! Cell service is limited and there is no wifi, allowing you to disconnect. The royal King bed awaits dreamers in the loft and the adjacent and cozy reading nook is one of our favourite spaces. An equally comfy Queen bed rests in the bedroom on the main floor. Our floating dock will be in the water mid June - September, though you are welcome to enjoy the water at anytime! Past guests have raved about their invigorating polar bear plunges in the Spring/Fall and then sprinting to the Chalet to warm up by the fire.  You're encouraged to bring your canoes, kayaks and S'UP boards, Fisher Lake makes for effortless paddles, especially at sunset when the lake often turns to glass.  An indoor wood stove is the primary source of heat and keeps the Chalet warm & cozy when needed. Dry indoor wood + kindling will be supplied! Guests should be comfortable using a wood stove, or willing to a learn - we will happily teach you!   Contact us with any questions about Luna Rosa or our area; we're travellers at heart and love sharing where we live with others! NS Tourism Reg # RYA-2023-24-03301928105591859-21
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Cabins near Tatamagouche with campfires guide

Overview

Amid the scenic landscapes of northern Nova Scotia sits Tatamagouche, a quaint village that serves as a gateway to coastal wonders. Nearby is Rushtons Beach Provincial Park, with sprawling sandy coastlines that invite swimmers, beachcombers, and birdwatchers alike. Not far off, Amherst Shore Provincial Park offers a mix of rugged shoreline beauty and forested trails, where campers can set up a tent or park the RV amid the towering trees. Or spend the day at Tidnish Dock Provincial Park to learn about maritime history and the Tidnish River. With each camping destination near Tatamagouche, campers are greeted with a range of options, whether dispersed waterfront campsites, RV parks with full hookups, cozy cabins, or and yurt rentals.

Where to go

Rushtons Beach Provincial Park

Rushtons Beach Provincial Park is just a short drive from Tatamagouche and renowned for its sprawling sandy coastline along the Northumberland Strait. Campers can enjoy the warmest ocean water in Nova Scotia, observe piping plovers or ospreys from broad sandbars or walk the boardwalk that stretches across a picturesque salt marsh. Nearby waterfront campgrounds are well-equipped for both tents and RVs, with dump stations, playgrounds, and outdoor showers. Or splurge on a private Mongolian Yurt closer to Tatamagouche to continue a day of luxury on the water.

Amherst Shore Provincial Park

Journey farther along Northumberland Strait to Amherst Shore Provincial Park, where the natural beauty of the rugged shoreline is surrounded by red sandstone cliffs and dense woods. Hike the Annabelles Brook Trail as it winds through the park toward the beach, offering glimpses of local wildlife such as foxes and ospreys. After a day exploring, retire to on-site woodland campsites, which are open seasonally and equipped with amenities like picnic tables, firepits, electric hookups, and clean restroom facilities.

Tidnish Dock Provincial Park

Dive into a unique blend of nature and history at Tidnish Dock Provincial Park. Once the site of the groundbreaking Chignecto Marine Transport Railway project, now it offers scenic views of the Tidnish River, interpretive signs, and pathways leading to remnants of this ambitious project. For stellar hikes through the park, try the Tidnish Dock Walking Trail to the suspension bridge. Nearby campgrounds are available for tents, RVs, and cabin rentals, offering amenities such as electrical hookups, clean washrooms, and playgrounds.

When to go

Tatamagouche and its neighboring attractions experience summers with temperatures ranging from 18–25°C, ideal for beach activities and hiking. Winters can be brisk, going as low as -10°C. Snowfall is common, and nearby areas in northern Nova Scotia offer snowshoeing and cross-country skiing opportunities. Spring introduces blooming flora, while autumn paints the landscape with vibrant foliage, and both have mild temperatures for camping enthusiasts.

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