2015 Season - May 15 to Sept. 7
Park Info: Nestled between two lakes in the heart of southern Nova Scotia, this 114 ha (280 acre) park offers walking trails in a hardwood setting, canoeing, swimming, and camping for all those who like to enjoy the outdoors.
The quiet beauty of nature is evident everywhere. The shoreline holds some of Nova Scotia's rare plants, and the lakes have both brown and speckled trout, chain pickerel, and Atlantic salmon.
Camping reservations can be made beginning April 2, 2015. See Reservations for details and conditions.
This will be the 5th annual pumpkin carving. Come out and carve your pumpkin for Halloween. Pumpkins will be supplied. The carving will be done outside to enjoy the natural environment. Participants must walk in from main gate. Suitable for all ages, adult supervision is required for children. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and cookies will be available. Meet at the Ski Cabin/Beach House. Sponsored by the Friends of Ellenwood Lake Provincial Park (FOEP). This event is free but donations to FOEP are welcome. Contact Chris at (902) 881-2658. Rain date: Sunday, October 25 from 2 PM to 4 PM.
Join Carol and Gerald Jacquard, Yarmouth Birdwatchers, for a talk on what birds we can expect to see at our feeders and in our yards during winter. They will discuss their favourite types of birdfeeders and what to feed the different species of birds in winter. Meet at the Ski Cabin/Beach House. Members of the Friends of Ellenwood Lake Provincial Park will demonstrate different types of suet bird feeders you can make at home to attract and help our feathered friends. Attendees will receive a suet ball to take home. Light refreshments will be served. Meet at the Ski Cabin/Beach House. Sponsored by Friends of Ellenwood Lake Provincial Park (FOEP). This event is free but donations to the FOEP are welcome. For more information, contact Chris at (902) 881-2658. Rain Date: Sunday, November 22 from 2 PM to 4 PM
Join the Friends of Ellenwood Lake Provincial Park (FOEP) to view the Geminid Meteor showers. The park has very minimal light pollution, so it is the perfect place to view this event. In 2015, the Geminids will peak between December 13 and 14. A waxing crescent Moon (Moon's phase after a New Moon) will create good conditions for viewing the shower. Meet at Ski Cabin/ Beach House. We will be serving chili, buns and hot drinks in the cabin. This is a free event but donations to FOEP are welcome. Contact Chris at (902) 881-2658 or visit www.friendsofellenwoodpark.ca.
Yarmouth (15 km)
• Firefighters Museum of Nova Scotia
• Yarmouth CountyMuseum
• Cape Forchu
Saulnierville (45 km)
• Bangor Sawmille Museum
For more information on these and other attractions, please consult the NovaScotia.com or visit one of the many Visitor Information Centres.
Ellenwood Lake Provincial Park is located just 19 km (12 mi.) northeast of Yarmouth and 1.6 km (1 mi.) south of Deerfield. Exit 34 off Highway 101, proceed 6.5 km (4 mi.) along Route 340. Follow signs to the park entrance. Our civic address is: 1888 Mood Rd, Deerfield.
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66°0' 20.52" W
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