Go Back | Print | Printer Friendly Page

Rissers Beach Provincial Park

Rissers Beach Provincial Park is located 24 km (15 mi) south of Bridgewater on the Atlantic Coast in Green Bay, at the mouth of the Petite Riviere.

This beautiful park has a 1.5-km (1-mi) sheltered sandy beach (supervised July/August), an interpretive display, a boardwalk along an inland marsh and two campgrounds. Nearby: Wile Carding Mill, DesBrisay Museum (Bridgewater), and Fort Point Museum (LaHave).

Campground accommodations include: North Rissers (Loop A) – 19 open (W/E serviced), 18 wooded and 6 walk-in (unserviced) overnight sites. Little Rissers (Loop B) – 31 open overnight sites (unserviced). Little Rissers (Loop C) – 25 wooded overnight sites (unserviced).

Park amenities include: include picnic area, canteen, playground, trails, washrooms, change house with showers, dishwashing station, disposal station, fire grills, wood, and ice. Leashed pets permitted.

Detailed Information Outdoor activities: Hiking, Kayaking, Swimming Directions: Hwy 103, Exit 15 to Hwy 331, south 14 km (9 mi).


Activities: Birding • Camping • Hiking • Kayaking

Features: Wheelchair Accessible

Government Level: Provincial

Related Links


Rissers Beach Provincial Park

5366 Hwy 331
Crescent Beach, NS

Website: http://novascotiaparks.ca/parks/rissers.asp