Ovens Natural Park is a privately owned 180-acre pristine reserve of coastal forest, located on the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia, along the scenic Lighthouse Route. For hundreds of years, people have been drawn to the incredible beauty, diverse geography, fascinating history, and spiritual solace that make The Ovens Natural Park so unique. Every year, thousands of park visitors hike the spectacular trails along the cliffs to view the famous sea caves, or "Ovens" for which the park was named.
At the campground there are 151 overnight sites (E,W,Se,U) + 6 seasonal, including 7 rustic camping cabins with plumbing, electricity, and basic amenities. Free showers. The RV & tent sites are semi-wooded & oceanfront; the cabins have plumbing, electricity and basic amenities. No pets in cabins. Showers (free), supplies, crafts. Licensed seaside restaurant, live music nightly (Jul–Aug). Pool, gold panning, crafts and supplies. There is also an annual Chapin Family Festival, usually the third weekend in August.
$25 to $60, XP: $10
Activities: Camping • Cycling • Fishing • Hiking • Kayaking
Approved By: NS Approved
Amenities: Camp, Cabins, Trailers • Electrical Hookup • Kitchenette Facilities • Open Sites • Sewage Hookup • Shaded Sites • Showers - Free • Store • Unserviced • Water Hookup
Features: Pool Outdoor • Restaurant
Memberships: Coans • Tians
Pets Policy: Pets Welcome
Directions: Hwy 103, Exit 11, 10 km (6 mi) on Rte 324 South; right 12 km on Rte 332, left at Feltzen South.