The province of Nova Scotia is reporting a record-breaking yr for tenting within the province, with a couple of million guests tenting and utilizing day-use parks over the summer season.
In a launch, the Division of Pure Assets says provincial campgrounds logged 91,262 in a single day stays, representing a 13 per cent improve over the 2020 season, which was shortened due to COVID-19.
It stated round 86 per cent of campers got here from Nova Scotia and 13 per cent got here from different components of Canada. One per cent got here from america.
“Nova Scotians and others worth provincial parks and the various methods they permit us to benefit from the social, psychological and bodily well being advantages of being in nature,” stated Pure Assets and Renewables Minister Tory Rushton within the launch.
“We are going to proceed bettering the customer expertise and ensuring packages and providers are extra accessible to everybody.”
This yr, there have been infrastructure enhancements made at a number of campsites to reinforce the customer expertise.
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In response to the province, water and electrical providers have been added to a number of campsites at Caribou-Munroes Island Provincial Park in Pictou County and a brand new looped path system was accomplished at Cape Cut up Provincial Park in Kings County.
All indicators pointed to a busy tenting season early on. When bookings first opened in April, thousands of people booked reservations on the primary day.
The province says there are 20 tenting parks and 109 day-use and seaside parks in Nova Scotia.
All provincial parks, seashores and campgrounds at the moment are closed for the season.
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