Residents experiencing drought conditions can get water at provincial parks in the southwest region.
Some parks require you to contact them before you arrive to use their facilities. You need to follow public health guidelines at all parks, including wearing a mask, keeping a safe distance from park employees and others, and not using the facilities if you’re experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or have travelled outside the Atlantic bubble in the last 14 days.
These parks will remain open to the public until further notice.
Graves Island Provincial Park
230 Graves Island Road, East Chester. Call the park in advance at 902-275-4425. The comfort station is open between 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. daily for public access to showers, toilets and drinking water. Facilities will be closed to campers during the public access period and reopened for campers after cleaning.
Rissers Beach Provincial Park
5366 Hwy 331, Crescent Beach. Call the park in advance at 902-688-2034. The day-use area will be available between 10:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.for public access to showers, toilets and drinking water.