According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), getting outdoors is a relatively safe way to remain physically active, get fresh air and reduce stress and camping here in Nova Scotia is known as one of the safest outdoor activities in the world!
In 2020/21 we proudly hosted hundreds of campers without a single case of transmission and we are looking forward to a safe and healthy 2022 as well.
If we all do our part, we'll have a great summer!
Are you accepting reservations for this summer?
YES! We are currently accepting reservations for the 2022 season. We require that all of our guests follow the travel advisories and self-isolation requirements set forth by the provincial health authorities. These change regularly so we encourage you to check before you book and before you come for any updates or changes.
At this time we are expecting to be able to open until October 10, 2022 however, that will depend on provincial guidelines. If that date changes we will update our website and contact anyone who has already booked.
Do you provide contactless Check-in Service?
Yes! If you would prefer to check-in with us remotely we can arrange that. Please contact the office for details or leave a note in your reservation request and we will take care of all of the details for you.
Your safety and security is our number one priority!
If I am no longer able to travel can I cancel my reservation?
Yes! Shubie Campground has a very flexible cancellation policy that allows you to cancel most reservations, without penalty, up to 72-hours* before your arrival during the regular season or 7-days before arrival for a long weekend stay.
*Please note that the Yurt and Full Service sites require 14 days notice to cancel.
If you book now and can no longer travel this summer for any reason, you can cancel your reservation with ease.
Once your deposit is taken and your reservation is canceled within the guidelines you will receive a full refund less a $10 processing fee.
What is Shubie Campground doing to keep everyone safe?
Shubie Campground is strictly following the guidance and orders provided by Nova Scotia Public Health, which can be found online at https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/.
We will be doing the following to keep you all safe:
Shubie Campground is a proud member of the Nova Scotia Workplace Covid-19 Screening Program.
Staff do not come to work if they are experiencing any signs or symptoms of Covid-19.
All staff wash or sanitize their hands before and after using high-touch shared amenities like office computers and phones, washrooms, water fill stations, dumping station, etc.
Washroom and Laundry facilities are sanitized and cleaned at least 3x daily and a daily log is kept.
Sanitizing wipes, soap and/or spray are provided in all public spaces for guest use.
Sites are cleared, fire pits cleaned out and picnic tables sanitized for your safety between each stay.
What Covid-19 rules and recommendations can we expect to follow at the campground?
While we continue to follow all provincial guidelines as they relate to campground operations in order to keep everyone safe and we ask you to do your part as well.
Some recommendations to be aware of for your stay are as follows:
Campers are requested to wear a mask in the office and the washrooms if they are within 6 feet of a camper or staff member
Only one Family at a time in our Laundry Room
Campers should wash or sanitize your hands before and after using high-touch shared amenities like washrooms, water fill stations and dumping station
Guests with any symptoms will be asked not to use the public areas of the campground
Can we stay at Shubie Campground if we are from outside of Nova Scotia?
Please check with the Province of Nova Scotia Travel Restrictions for the most up to date information as it changes often.
At Shubie Campground we do have a safe and secure Self-Isolation section of our campground that is located outside of our main camping area and away from other campers. If you require a place to self-isolate upon your arrival you may contact us for more details.
Campers wishing to self-isolate at the campground must be in a fully self-contained RV with their own washroom facility, you must stay on your designated site and follow the provincial self-isolation guidelines.