Explore Atlantic Canada’s playground while sleeping under the stars without needing to actually ‘rough’ it. Glamping has taken off in Nova Scotia, and there are lots of campgrounds that offer fantastic glamping options that you can enjoy. Here are just 15 places where you can go Glamping in Nova Scotia.
East Coast GlampingExplore Nova Scotia and go glamping at any campground. East Coast Glamping offers glamping adventures around the province. Relax in eco-friendly, comfortable tents that can be set up and taken down in a matter of minutes.
Glamping off the Beaton PathOverlooking the Gulf of St. Lawrence, these glamping tents offers amazing views of the sunset. Equipped with essential living supplies, you just need to bring yourself, food and clothing to the camping area. This is one of the most convenient camping experience in Nova Scotia.
942 Broad Cove Marsh Road, Broad Cove
LaHave Island Glamping Adventure
Get ready for an awesome camping and food adventure without the hard work of setting up camp. Kayak around the island and indulge in fresh seafood prepared for you right on the beach. Getaway from it all, reconnect with nature and enjoy amazing seafood with either a two or three-day glamping experience with.
90 Bells Cove Road, Dublin Shore
Pleasant Paddling – Island Glamping
Pleasant Paddling – Island Glamping is glamping at its best. Rent a whole island to yourself and stay in an amazing yurt. The island is just a short paddle from Pleasant Paddling’s office. Enjoy time on your own, or explore the coast of Blue Rocks and Lunenburg with a 4-hour Guided Kayak Tour.
245 The Point Road, Blue Rocks
Archer’s Edge Luxury Campground
Looking like something out of this world, the domes at Archer’s Edge offers beautiful of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Each dome is completely self-contained and offers modern comforts including a kitchenette, shower, and a queen-size bed.
1660 Shore Road, Judique
Live Life in Tents
Just minutes away from some of Cape Breton’s best beaches and the best local swimming holes on the Margaree River is this off the grid eco-camping hostel. Each of the 16 x 20-foot platform-pitched safari-style canvases comes with a queen and twin bed, cooking gear, towels, and bedding. Spend the evening around the campfire pit after a relaxing day exploring the area.
8139 Cabot Trail, Margaree Forks
Go Glamping in a Magical Yurt at Cabot Shores
Are you looking for a unique glamping experience? Cabot Shores offers three magical yurts through the park. The yurts are raised on a wooded deck with a skylight for stargazing. From the deck, you have an incredible view of the Atlantic Ocean and Church Pond.
Cabot Trail at Indian Brook
oTENTik at Cape Breton Highlands National Park
A blend of a tent and cabin, oTENTik makes staying in Cape Breton Highlands National Park a breeze. Located in three of the beautiful campgrounds; Cheticamp, Ingonish Beach, and Broad Cove, each of the oTENTiks comes with six foam mattresses and an open-air grill.
Ingonish Beach, NS
Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
Along the shores of Keji Lake to the bank of the Mersey River, Kejimkujik National Park offers hassle-free camping experiences with the added bonus of more privacy than a normal campground. Built-in the style of local trapper cabins, they are a unique option for staying in the park.
2005 Kejimkujik Main Parkway, Caledonia
Moose Camping Cabins
The Dancing Moose offers more than just great food and a place to stop on the Cabot Trail. Offering breathtaking views of the ocean, the four insulated cabins are open year-round. Cabin 4 is unique with its triangle window in the bed loft.
42691 Cabot Trail, Birch Plain
Lockeport Campground & Cottages
New to the Lockeport Campground are three camping cottages, so you can enjoy camping without all the hard work. Packed with a microwave, small fridge, TV and a double bed, the cottage comes with all the comforts of a relaxing room, while being surrounded by nature.
3318 Highway 3, Lydgate
Ceilidh Cottages and Campground
Offering a comfortable camping experience, the five cottages at Ceilidh Cottages and Campground come with many modern comforts. Relax in the park or head out and enjoy a day at the beach since West Mabou Beach Provincial Park is only a kilometre away.
1425 Rocky Ridge Road, Mabou
River Nest Wilderness Cabins
Just off of the Cabot Trail on the Murray River are the River Nest Wilderness Cabins. Each of the cabins is designed to blend seamlessly into the surrounding nature. All three of the cabins have breathtaking views of the river and the ocean. Relax in nature without having to rough it in the forest around the Murray River.
645 Murray Road, North River Bridge
Mountain Top Cottage & Campground
Nestled among the trees and perched on top of the mountain between the Bay of Fundy and the Annapolis Valley is the lovely Mountain Top Cottages and Campground. Relax in one of the 10 two-bedroom cottages and 7 one-bedroom cottages that come packed with all the modern comforts.
854 Parker Mountain Road, Parker’s Cove
Jellystone Park Camp – Resort
Hey, Hey, Hey get ready for an amazing family camping vacation and meet Yogi Bear. Make your adventure easier by staying in one of the Yogi Bear Deluxe Cabins, Cindy Bear Comfy Cabins or the Ranger Smith Rustic Cabin. Each cabin comes with a kitchenette and sleeping arrangements. Outside the cabins is a picnic table and a fire pit. Get ready to jump for joy on the jumping pillow, take a dip in the pool, and try your hand at gemstone mining. The fun continues on rainy days in the Rec Hall.
43 Boo Boo Blvd, Kingston