To help with your planning, here is a list of what you get when you stay at Norse Cove:
- a beautiful view of the ocean
- picnic tables and campfire rings
- hot showers and flush toilets
- disabled-accessible washroom with a toilet, sink and accessible shower
- use of a sheltered propane BBQ
- potable water
- board games at the longhouse
- outdoor games (washer toss, etc.)
- the Longhouse; a common area with a full-sized fridge, seating area and hot water for tea or coffee
- charging station for phones, tablets, cameras, etc.
- a scullery for dish cleaning
- ocean access
- gorgeous sunsets
- trail that leads to the Inukshuk-building ground
- fresh air!
- solitude or camaraderie, your choice
- seasoned cut and split firewood is available for $4 per milk crate. Bring change.
Norse Cove Camping
Norse Cove Camping is a wilderness campground where we promote an appreciation and preservation of the surrounding natural environment. Having said that, we have provided some basic amenities to make your visit comfortable and enjoyable. We ask you to respect the campground, other visitors and the environment by following these rules.
- ALL guests (overnighters and day visitors) and vehicles must be registered with Norse Cove Camping.
- Only cancellations made 72 hours or more prior to check-in time will be refunded (less 3.5% e-commerce fee).
- Quiet time starts at 2300 (11:00 pm) and goes until 0700 (7:00 am). During this time, please keep quiet and enjoy the sounds of nature. Our preference is to not have generators running however, if absolutely necessary, generators can be used to top up batteries from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
- Risk of uncontrolled fires is high in a wilderness campground. All campfires and cooking fires must be kept in the designated campsite fire drum, flames must be controlled, supplied ember grills must be used and fires must not be left unattended (adult present). Campfires must be extinguished by 2300 (11:00 pm). Cigarette butts and matches must be disposed of safely.
- Alcohol is restricted to each guest’s registered campsite.
- The ocean is dangerous! There are no lifeguards on duty. Please supervise your children and each other in the vicinity of the shoreline.
- Pets are allowed. Regular rules apply: pick up after your dog and keep him under control and within sight at all times. A few things to consider: there is wildlife both on land and in the water that your dog may find interesting, there may be other dogs and/or children on the campground and this is the wilderness. Control is important and vaccinations should be up to date. Owners are fully responsible for their pets.
- Check-in is from 2:00 – 8:00 pm and check-out is at noon. If you have activities planned or have an outfitter trip booked earlier in the day, you are welcome to arrive earlier, park in the Day Visitor parking and enjoy the campground. If your campsite is ready on your arrival, we will let you know. If you have kayak/boat plans on the day of your departure, please strike your camp, park your car in Day Visitor parking and enjoy your afternoon.
Be respectful. Please.