​Parkville Campground

​Family Owned and Operated Campground

Family Owned and Operated

Seasonal, Weekly, and Nightly Rates Available

2 & 3-way hookups available

Large private sites

Fire pits & picnic table


Newly opened in 2012, Parkville Campground is every camper's summer dream!

Located in Noel, just 45 minutes from Truro or Halifax.

With stunning views overlooking the Cobequid Bay, 2 small lakes, a saltwater pool, and exceptionally LARGE lots, what's not to love?

Whether you're here for the season, or just passing through, Parkville Campground is a must on you're things to do!


Campground Rates and Site Map

Campground Rates and Map

We offer 102 sites at the campground. We have a mix of seasonal and overnight sites - we offer 30-amps two-way and three-way hookups. We also have unserviced sites for the tenters.


Map under construction. Please check back later

2021 Rates

Campground Opens on May 14/2021 and Closes on October 17/2021

Daily $30.00 plus tax = $35.00
Weekly $150.00 plus tax = $172.50

30 Amp 3 way Serviced Site
Daily $45 plus tax = $51.75
Weekly $225 plus tax = $258.75
Monthly $945 plus tax= $1086.75

30 Amp 2 way Serviced Site
Daily $40.00 plus tax = $46.00
Weekly $200 plus tax = $230
Monthly $840 plus tax= $966.00

Trailer Rental

Daily $120 plus tax= $138

Weekly $600 plus tax= $690

Monthy $2520 plus tax= $2898

Cancellation Policy:
Our cancellation policy requires 48 hours' notice before check-in time on your arrival date. No refunds or cancellations can be made for inclement weather and all reservations are subject to a $10.00+HST processing fee. Those who give less than 48 hours notice will be charged a one day rate and those who do not show for their reservation owes for their entire stay.

The Internet is available at the office at no charge.  

Visitor Policy
Visitors daily rate - $5.00 per person
Visitors overnight rate - $10.00 per person
Visitors are welcome until 8:00 p.m. - after that time we are unable to allow new visitors into the campground. Visitors are asked to leave by 10:00 p.m. 
Anyone visiting someone in the park will be considered a visitor if not registered during the time of booking.

If you can't find the information you need on our website, please contact us at 902 369-2991


Trailer Rental


2014 Park model. Accommodates up to 6 people

Free Wifi


We offer free WiFi at the office.

Service Sites


​We offer 30 Amps 3 way and 2 way hookups. We also have unserviced sites for tenters.

Huge Recreational Hall with Showers


We have a 6000 square foot Rec Hall with oversized coin-operated showers.

Pool and Ponds stocked with fish


Come refresh yourself in our 20 x 40 underground saltwater pool. We also have 2 man-made ponds stocked with fish for the fishertheman lovers.

Firewood and Ice

​Visit us at the office for firewood and ice.


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2021 Calendar of Events

Campground 2021 Dates: May 14/2021 to Oct 17/2021

All events are subject to change. Please follow our Facebook Page for more up to dates changes.

May 14/15 - Opening Weekend
May 21/22/23- Victoria Day Weekend
May 28/29 

June 4/5  - Fishing Derby
June 11/12 
June 18/19 
June 25/26  - 80' s prom     

July 1/2/3  - Canada Day Celebrations 
July 9/10 - Western Weekend
July 16/17 - Birthday and Family Weekend
July 23/24 - Christmas    

July 30/31+Aug 1 - Natal Day Weekend
August 6/7 - Hawaiian Weekend
August 13/14 - Mexican Weekend
August 20/21  - Halloween
August 27/28  - Red Neck Weekend

September 3/4/5- Labour Day Weekend and Newfie Weekend
September 10/11 
September 17/18 
September 24/25 

October 1/2
October 9/10/11 - Thanksgiving Weekend
October 15/16 - Closing Weekend


Local Attractions

Burntcoat Head Park

Burntcoat Head Park on the Minas Basin is home of the world's highest recorded tides.

Anthony Provincial Park

Wharf and day-use park Overlooking Cobequid Bay

Lower Selma Museum & Heritage Cemetery

Original Presbyterian Church (1865) with a unique interior of decorative plaster painted by Lewis Baillie of Newport.

Bass River Heritage Museum

Located in an old church, this museum offers a look into the history of the community of Bass River.

Lawrence House Museum

In 1874, William D. Lawrence secured his place in marine history by constructing the largest wooden-hulled, fully-rigged ship ever built in Canada.

Courthouse Hill Monument

A courthouse that once stood on the hill was a historic landmark until it burned down in 1956.

Tidal Bore Rafting

Fundy Tidal Bore Adventures offers some of the most experienced rafting guides on the river and tours that are exciting and action-packed from start to finish.