Belle Baie Park, Grosses Coques, Nova Scotia

Belle Baie Park is a campground located in Grosses Coques. 157 Tent and Trailer Sites
30' x 50' Heated Swimming pool
Laundromat
Washrooms and Showers
DS
Ice
Fireplaces and Firewood
Playground
Trailer Parts
Pay Phones
Propane Station (weighed & metered)
Trailer and Camping Supplies

Features
Fully Serviced Sites on water
Sandy Beach - Clamming
Basketball
Beautiful Sunsets over the Bay
Weekend Activities
Stay 3 Days - 4th Day Free - Special
Caravans Welcome - 10% Seniors Discount

, NS,

Tel: (902) 769-3160

Fax: (902) 769-0065

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Places to eat within 5km of Belle Baie Park include Trout Point Lodge Dining Room, Cabot Trail Motel Restaurant, Stuffing Box Restaurant, and Rusty Anchor Restaurant.

* Water , Electric and Sewer Hookups
* Tent and full hookup sites on the water.
* Sandy Beach , Clamming
* Basketball
* Beautiful Sunsets over the Bay
* 157 Sites
* 30' X 50' Heated Outdoor Swimming Pool
* ICE
* Laundromat
* Washrooms and Showers
* DS
* Fireplaces and Firewood
* Playground
* Pay Phones
* Propane
* Trailer and Camping Supplies
* Weekend Activities
* Languages Spoken:English , Fran├žais

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Location details / directions

The municipality of Clare is situated halfway between the towns of Digby and Yarmouth . It is a distinctive region often referred to as the French Shore . It is also home to the largest Acadian population of Nova Scotia . Picturesque Route 1 also known as the Evangeline Trail passes through twelve French speaking villages between Salmon River and St. Bernard . The bilingual inhabitants along this shore are the descendants of the first settlers here in the early 1600's . In the year 1755 , the British expelled and deported the entire Acadian population of Nova Scotia but many returned here to resettle the area .

Prices should be used as a guide only and may vary with room and dates chosen. Lower pricing may be available via booking system | Please note all distances are approximate, and may not reflect driving or travel distances.

Photo of Belle Baie Park

2135 Route 1
Grosses Coques
Nova Scotia
B0W 1M0
Canada


Tel: (902) 769-3160
Fax: (902) 769-0065
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