RENFREW CAMPING NEWS
April 2014 - this season's weekend events Calendar now posted!
2014 - congratulations to the winner of our annual Free-Camping for a Season promotion - this year's lucky camper is John Fisher!
January 2014 - This year's Halifax RV Show (January 23 to 26 at Exhibition Park in Halifax) was another busy one and we welcomed lots of visitors to our booth, happy to share with them all the info on what's happening at our campground this year...
2013 in Review - October - Fall Farewell
Our 2013 season drew to a close with beautiful weather & colours over the Thanksgiving weekend. Our most faithful seasonal campers were out enjoying their final stay in a less crowded camp with the feel of fall nipping just behind the sunshine, enjoying a more leisurely approach to a hectic holiday than most.
Yes that's right, right here at Renfrew Camping, it's "Classified" having a relaxing few days at the campground, and these two brothers were more than delighted to have their picture taken with the hip hop artist Luke Boyd.
Bouncy Castle - First time at Renfrew Camping!
Saturday August 31 - 10:00am to 6:00pm, free to kids staying at the campground Labour Day Weekend - Our first try at a bouncy house was well received and a 'bouncin' good' time was had by the youngsters!
The weather called for spooky overcast and dreary rain but the day turned out to be beautiful after all, and the treat or treaters enjoyed their evening tour of the campground with no weather worries to dampen costumes or spirits.
Some of of the kids stopped by the office to get their costumes photographed this year- click to see more...
'Rent-the-Tent' - New service now available - try our family size tent for extra-ezy camping this year. Brand new tent with new queen & double air mattresses & two folding chairs, already set up for you on a convenient lot with fire pit & picnic table. Bring your own bedding (and snacks!) and move right in for single or multiple nights. 12 Hour notice required please!
|Hi-Speed Hi-lights - Summer 2012|
|Labour Day Lights|
|2012 Fireworks Finale||Twinkling lights - seasonal sites|
|Halloween in August|
|Nine Mile River on H'ween.||Scary scenes on Fiddler's Green.|
|Archery Session - August|
|Archery instruction||Pair of archers|
Archery session Encore! Due to popular demand instructor and certified archery teacher John Webber ran another afternoon session August 4th. John is Director of Bow Hunting for the NS Archers Association and President of the Bowhunter's Association of Nova Scotia.
|Christmas in July - see photos/vids...||Seen at the Wakeboard Park...|
Wakeboarding - Scotia Sessions is back this season; a great way to 'cool off and work out' at the same time, right in our own backyard!
See some awesome wakeboardin' by some of the best - click here for a rockin' video with some impressive performances!
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Welcome to Renfrew Camping, a family oriented campground along the winding Nine Mile River in rural Nova Scotia.
We open again for 2012 on May 18, and have already planning a full season of activities to keep the whole family happy!
Congratulations to Jack and Cathy Cornish who have won our annual Free Camping Give-away and will enjoy free RV camping for the entire 2012 season!
● Horseshoe beds
● River swimming
● Basketball court
● RV dump station
● Mini-golf & kid's fort
● Coin-op laundry room
● Office & grocery store
● Playground equipment
● Ice & firewood for sale
● Wildlife watching & photography
● Minutes from highway & shopping
● Nine hole par three golf course next door
● 30 x 60 ft supervised swimming pool with showers
● 39 un-serviced sites
● 54 EW sites
interested in our rates? Check out our discount for Military families...
Camping Rules & Regs
How to find us...
click for printer-friendly map & driving directions.
GPS Advisory: We recommend you follow our directions to our campsite rather than using your in-vehicle GPS system. Our directions are calculated to bring you as close as possible via a 100 Series Highway before turning onto secondary paved roads. Current GPS directions may route you onto a longer course, partly on dirt back-country roads.