Nova Scotia’s maritime culture includes dramatic seas, landscapes, Celtic music and friendly people. Discover the most spectacular scenery of Nova Scotia for yourself as you explore the province in your RV.
Plan your RV vacation in Nova Scotia
Plan ahead, select the campgrounds on your route where you plan to stay, visit their websites. Make your reservations as early as possible to make sure you will have the best camping site for your motorhome or travel trailer, with the best view, the perfect location or most ideal amenities for your family.
Nova Scotia Campgrounds and RV Parks
CampgroundsCamping Canada (CCC) has links to more than 140 private campgrounds and resorts throughout Nova Scotia. Use Canadas CCC website to search for campsites and RV Parks anywhere in Canada. Website:www.campcanada.com
Link to: Nova Scotia campgrounds and RV parks
Rated campsites & facilities in Nova Scotia
Camping Select has rated campgrounds in Nova Scotia for the quality of their facilities, services, recreation activities and amenities available. Website: www.CampingSelect.ca
Link to: Rated campsites & facilities in Nova Scotia
Fly to Nova Scotia
and Rent an RV
If you havent had a chance to see the wonderful scenery of Nova Scotia, or experience its history and culture then plan your next holiday by coming to Canada by plane. Fly to Halifax and rent an RV for a couple of weeks. We suggest you make reservations now, by checking these companies and RV Dealers who offer RVs for rent.
Link to: RV Rentals in Nova Scotia
About the province of Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia is a peninsula located on Canada’s southeastern coast. It is connected to mainland North America and New Brunswick by the isthmus of Chignecto and surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, including numerous bays and estuaries, so no where is more than 56 km from the sea. Cape Breton, a large island to the northeast is also part of the province, as is Sable Island. Nova Scotia is the most populous of the Maritime provinces and its capital, Halifax, is the economic and cultural center of the region with a population of 375,000.
Scenic Trips in Nova Scotia
A few suggestions for road trips that you can take in your RV to different parts of the province of Nova Scotia.
COMING SOON: Scenic Trips, Canada
Check on the Weather Network forecasts for all main highways in the province.
Link to: Nova Scotia road reports
Weather and Climate
Nova Scotia is positioned between 44° and 47° latitude and has a temperate climate. Summer temperatures range from daytime highs of 20-25°C (68-77°F) to evening lows of 10-14°C (50-57°F). Invigorating sea breezes near the coast are often best enjoyed with a sweater on or near at hand. Inland the air may be warmer by 5°C (10°F), and lakes, rivers, woods and farms are pleasantly warm. Temperatures in spring and autumn average a pleasant 10° cooler.
Link to: Nova Scotia weather to see local forecasts for all regions of the province issued by Environment Canada.
National Parks & Campgrounds in Nova Scotia
Cape Breton Highlands National Park of Canada
Home to the Cabot Trail, a land blessed with spectacular cliffs.
Link to: Cape Breton Highlands Park
Kejimkujik National Park of Canada
Nova Scotia’s inland of historic canoe routes and portages.
Link to: Kejimkujik Park
National Parks Travel Planner for Nova Scotia
Order a copy of the National Parks and National Historic Sites of Canada in Nova Scotia by calling 1-888-773-8888. (Allow 2 weeks to receive printed copy by mail).
Online Travel Planner: National Parks and Historic Sites
National Parks Reservations
International Reservations: 1-905-566-4321
Online Campground Reservations: www.pccamping.ca
Provincial Parks & Campgrounds
Nova Scotia Provincial Parks
Reservations & Information: 1-866-630-1117
Check the Weather Network for conditions for individual parks in the province.
Link to: Nova Scotia Parks report
This website has other useful reports such as: Golf report, Ski report, Pollen report, Bug report, Fire Watch report, and an interesting Star Gazing report for any area of the province.