Welcome to Clyde River Cottages & Campground accommodations near the Clyde River

Welcome to Clyde River Cottages & Campground accommodations near the Clyde RiverWelcome to Clyde River Cottages, a family friendly, pet friendly campground, cottage and accommodation business owned by Ruth and Fred Hemeon of Clyde River, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia. Ruth and Fred are long time residents of the county, one of the most important commercial fishing regions in Atlantic Canada.

Clyde River Cottages and Campground is just 11 kilometers (7 miles) from Highway #103 on the Clyde River Road, a picturesque country road that follows the twists and turns of the Clyde River. Our road is now paved!

The family cottages, camping and campground operation is only 25 minutes from the village of Barrington the nearby town of Shelburne, Sandhills Beach Park, local historic sites and 15 minutes from an 18 hole golf course - River Hills Golf and Country Club.

New: We now have 2-30 Amp pull through sites!

Motel RatesClyde River Location 

Cottage and Camping Accommodations near the Clyde River

Welcome to Accommodations near the Clyde River

Our campground will be open on May 10th until September 30th.

August 24th - Live music with The Black Line.
Join us for our end of summer bash!

Looking for small, friendly campground or RV park in Atlantic Canada? Look no further than Clyde River Cottages and Campground, seven miles off the Lighthouse Route in beautiful Shelburne County, Nova Scotia. We are your hosts, Ruth and Fred Hemeon and invite you to a friendly, relaxing visit at our Nova Scotia cottage and campground. Full hookups or unserviced facilities for RVs, trailors, or tenting enthusiasts are available. Nearby, you can go canoeing, fishing, hiking, golfing, birding and more. Book your Nova Scotia cottage rental or campsite today!

Welcome to Clyde River Cottages & Campground

It's a pleasant drive down the Clyde River Road. The river, on the right, like the tree-lined, country road, twists and turns at every bend. In the fall, the hardwood trees along the the riverbank are a burst of colour.