The campgrounds in HRM are now open, Halifax! We are all eager to go outside and take advantage of the sunshine and seaside air now that summer is just a few weeks away. Because the schools are still in session, you can still go camping without traveling too far. Check out these fantastic campsite locations in and near our city that are only a short ride away!
Woodhaven RV Park
With a wide range of services and warm, welcoming Maritime hospitality, Woodhaven RV Park has skillfully combined the new with “a touch of the old days.” They are located on 70 acres of open and forested ground inside the city boundaries of Halifax and are close to Peggy’s Cove, the Halifax Waterfront, restaurants, golf courses, beaches, retail centers, and the airport.
Bring your bikes so the kids may ride about the campground or spend the afternoon sliding and swinging at the playground. After the crew has had enough fun, unwind for the evening by building a bonfire and gazing at the stars. Visit them at 1757 Hammonds Plains Road, Hammonds Plains
You’ll enjoy a great urban park setting and a range of recreation facilities while yet being close to tourism and shopping in the Greater Halifax area thanks to the location on the shores of Lake Charles. The fact that downtown Halifax and Dartmouth are only a short drive from Shubie Park is one of its best features. Enjoy the excitement of the city during the day and the tranquility of the family campground at night. While you’re here, they’ll be pleased to give you all the information you’ll need to get where you want to go and back again. They are located at 30 John Brenton Drive, Dartmouth.
Halifax West KOA
On the banks of the Sackville River, this pet-friendly KOA offers a tranquil escape close to a number of must-see destinations. Set up camp amidst the bare and wooded campsites. You can rent a canoe there or go hiking on the adjacent wooded trails. then make travel arrangements. Admire the harbor vista from the Halifax Citadel in downtown Halifax, which is 30 minutes away and formerly guarded this important naval base of the British Empire. The oldest Victorian garden in North America is the Halifax Public Gardens, which you may stroll through. A few miles to the east is Peggy’s Cove, a popular fishing community with a picture-perfect lighthouse and lobster pots. Visit the location of the Acadian community that served as the inspiration for Longfellow’s Evangeline while witnessing the Bay of Fundy’s highest tides on the planet. Get camping now at 3070 Hwy 1, Upper Sackville.
Porters Lake Provincial Park
Porters Lake Provincial Park is a great place to begin your fishing, canoeing, or kayaking experience because it has over 70 sites available, including serviced, non-serviced, and walk-in. It is ideal for any independent, adventurous family because it is close to the ocean and hiking paths. Bring your family and friends at 1160 West Porters Lake Road, Porters Lake.
More campgrounds to visit at https://www.familyfuncanada.com/halifax/camping-in-hrm-open/
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