The Village of Port Clements has three parks within its boundaries: the Community Park, Millennium Memorial Park and our Sunset Park & Campground. 

Community Park

Our Community Park located at the end of Park Street hosts a variety of recreational activities and is the site of our largest celebration. Annually the Community Park is the site of our community’s Canada Day Celebrations, that ends with our famous Mudbog races.

At the park itself there is a large soccer field, with a track field running loop around it the soccer fields, baseball diamond and stands, children’s playground, a mudbog, various concession areas (open only during community events), a covered area near the soccer field, public washrooms, and a large paved area that was formerly a tennis court. The large parking lots offer easy access to the park.

The Sunset Park Trail also leads to the entrance of our Community Park at the end of Park Street, offering easy access to the Park and to the rest of the trail network from the Park

Millennium Memorial Park “Millennial Park”

The Millennium Memorial Park, also referred to as the Millennial Park, is home to the historic St. Mark’s Anglican Church, a surviving seedling of the famous Golden Spruce Tree, a war memorial, and a wall with the names of all the community members and families present in the Village at the turn of the Millennium. It also offers the short Millenial Trail that is a beautiful walk through the park from Bayview Drive to Park Street.

Sunset Park & Campground

The main feature of the Sunset Park is the Sunset Park Trail that spans the entire park from the original trail entrance at its small parking lot to the Bird Tower that overlooks the Yakoun River Estuary. Offering gorgeous views of Masset Inlet and the Yakoun River Estuary, the Sunset Park has its name for a reason offering breathtaking sunsets and sunrises. It is an attractive and enchanting path that winds through statuesque trees along the northern shoreline of Port Clements that terminates at the Campground and two-story Bird Tower.

The new addition of the Sunset Park Trail starts at the centre of the Village, near the Port Clements Museum, and wanders through the community to join the original Sunset Park Trail. 

The Village of Port Clements Sunset Park Campground peak season is mid-May to mid-October every year, but the campground is available for reservations throughout the year. Come and enjoy a peaceful stay nestled amongst the trees with the sound of the water lulling you to sleep.  The Park offers 4 private tent platforms, 6 large RV sites, and a large picnic gazebo.  Sunset Park has electrical hookups, potable water, and outhouses. THERE IS NO INTERNET OR WIFI AT THE CAMPGROUND, NO SHOWER FACILITIES AND NO LAUNDRY SERVICES.

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Reservations can only be made online and full payment is required at the time the reservation is made in order to have a reservation. Reservations are not taken over the phone, nor is payment accepted over the phone. Reservations are not refundable after 2 weeks of making the reservation or within two weeks of the check-in date for a reservation.

Campsites are available for drop-ins as well, but it is subject to daily change and drop-ins cannot occupy reserved spaces. If a campground attendant is not on site, then Drop-ins must come to the Village Office during business hours to make payment and confirm the availability of the site that they would like to stay in.

This reservation system is only monitored during business hours.

As of June 15th, 2018 our rates have changed as per bylaw 327. The rates for  RV SITES: $20/day, $112.00/week.  The rates for TENT SITES: $12/day, $70/week.