The perfect avenue to escape the city, camping in Nova Scotia is an excellent way to discover the tranquil and scenic landscapes of Canada’s East Coast. With ideal locations across the province, there are a number of choices that are great for campers looking to travel far from (and close to!) Nova Scotia’s many towns and cities. Those looking for a weekend getaway near Halifax might enjoy the West KOA campground, which sits just at the edge of the city limits. Offering designated tent sites and cabins with water and electricity, the campground is ideal for campers looking to enjoy the outdoors with the amenities of home, with various events hosted at the grounds throughout the year providing a unique experience for campers. More adventurous individuals might wish to travel to Cape Breton Island’s Highlands National Park. The vast park, looking out onto the Atlantic is the location of some of North America’s most incredible sights. With a winding coast side, lush forestry and vast network of trails and roads, the park is certainly one of the most scenic locations in Nova Scotia, and its open spaces and tent grounds make for an ideal camping location.