The quiet time policy is in place to be fair to all guests and is strictly enforced. Noise after this time must not leave the campsite or cottage unit. Vehicles should only be used for emergency purposes as motor noise can disturb sleeping guests. Any disregard of this Park policy could result in immediate expulsion.
Park guests are permitted to have visitors, under the following restrictions:
This rule is for the safety of all guests. As a family campground, many of Whidden Park's guests are children. To reduce the risk of vehicle-related accidents, Whidden Park has a strict policy of one vehicle per site. Visitor vehicles are not permitted in the main campground. Visitor and auxiliary vehicle parking is located behind Mini Homes #24-38.
For safety reasons, the speed limit while in the campground is 10 kilometers per hour.
Parents are responsible for the safety of their children at all times while in the Park. Biking/rollerblading/etc. after dark is dangerous and therefore not permitted - this policy is strictly enforced.
Guests are expected to conduct themselves in a family-friendly manner; profane language and actions will not be tolerated, nor will threats or acts of violence.
Use only firepits/stoves where provided. Please do not burn garbage as it creates odours and pollution. Campfires must be out by 11:30PM.
Use of alcoholic beverages must be confined to the user's site. This is in accordance with Nova Scotia law. It is illegal for anyone under the age of 19 to consume alcohol in the province of Nova Scotia.
Smoking and vaping of tobacco/cannabis is prohibited at the pools, inside Cottages and in all other Park buildings.
Please be considerate of other guests when smoking or vaping cannabis - if you choose to consume cannabis, we expect you to be discrete. Take appropriate steps to avoid offending others with odours and fumes.
Pets must be kept on a leash and must not be left unattended. Guests are responsible for the clean up and noise control of their pets.
Children under 12 must have adult supervision while at the pool. Pool supervisors are not lifeguards - swim at your own risk. A list of pool rules is posted at both pools and these rules must be followed.