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Area : Sydney > : Campgrounds & RV, Parks and Historic Sites
 

Mira River Provincial Park offers a picturesque water-side setting for a wide range of outdoor opportunities including walking, boating, canoeing, water skiing, fishing, and swimming. The park is close enough for day trips to Sydney or the many attractions found in the area. A clearly defined trail in wooded areas, open fields, and along the shore can be used in the winter months for cross-country skiing. Please note that there are no facilities in the winter and parking is at the gate only.

Nearby: Fortress Louisbourg National Historic Site, Glace Bay Miners Museum and the Marconi National Historic Site (Glace Bay); and the Two Rivers Wildlife Park (Marion Bridge).

Campground accommodations include: 173 open and wooded overnight sites (109 unserviced; 64 serviced); some walk-in sites. Current redevelopment work in the park means more W/E serviced sites will be available in 2014. Sites near the shoreline are available for canoeists and kayakers. Group sites available.

Park amenities include: flush toilets, showers, dishwashing station, laundry, playground and games area, disposal station, fire grills, boat launch, change house, wood, and ice. Wireless Internet access available at the administration building. This is a Campground Host park. Leashed pets permitted.

Detailed Information: Outdoor activities: Canoeing, Fishing, Kayaking Directions: Hwy 22, 22 km (14 mi) from Sydney.

Details

Activities: Birding • Camping • Canoeing • Cross Country Skiing • Fishing • Kayaking • Snowshoeing

Features: Wheelchair Accessible

Government Level: Provincial

Other Info

Directions: Rte 22, 22.5 km (14 mi) from Sydney; turn onto the Brickyard Rd immediately past Albert Bridge and travel for 3 km (2 mi).

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