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Old 05-01-2014, 03:47 PM   #1
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Campgrounds in Nova Scotia

can someone give me some information(names etc..) concerning campgrounds in Nova Scotia? look to be there in mid to late July 2014
I have a 30ft fifth wheel and would like electric and water.

Thank you, Tom
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Old 05-01-2014, 04:40 PM   #2
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RV Park Reviews cover Nova Scotia rather well.

Nova Scotia - Reviews of RV Parks and Campgrounds - RV Park Reviews

Lots of sites, lots of info and phone numbers to call to see availability.

The season is rather short in Canada and lots of sites get full.
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Old 05-01-2014, 04:57 PM   #3
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Were in Nova Scotia 4 years ago and did not have the resource you note. We stayed at a crowded but nice spot on St. Anne's Cove. Took our inflatible kayak out and saw Dolphins, Loons etc. This place primarily is filled with TTs left there by folks from Sidney to Halifax for the summer.

Thanks for posting this as we plan to go to Labrador across to Newfoundland and then across to Nova Scotia. Were going to do such this summer but younger son and wife are expecting their second child in August.
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We always stay at Hubbard's Beach Campground. It's a Good Sam site. On the beautiful south shore and has a private ocean beach, canteen with amazing French fries and a restaurant that has wed to sun LobsterSuppers. Also, every Weekend they have a band and dance at The ShoreClub.

We are booked in August again this year.
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Thanks for the help. Duh, I didn't see you could pick Canada from Reviews of RV Parks
:(( and I use that site all the time
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I would like to know if the road Hwy 1 from Bar Harbor is good enough for a large MH. We are planning on leaving in June and heading that way, will be there sometime in July. I have looked on the Google Street View, found the road to be OK but narrow. Will be pulling a car. I would like to go through the wildness but want to be safe and will more than likely go back out the interstate and hit the Trans Canada, or Rt. 2 I think but I would like to go through St. John if it is OK and safe. Looks like a sparsely inhibited area with not much services.
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Novascotiaparks.ca has details of the beautiful provincial parks. Highly recommend them whenever possible over privately owned parks. Enjoy your visit!
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