Five Islands Provincial Park

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Camping at Five Islands Provincial Park in Nova Scotia is a recreation destination. There are total campsites. You can go to the site and enjoy Camping, Hiking, Swimming, Beach Combing, Rock Collecting, Clam Digging and Ocean Kayaking opportunities.

Amenities: Two Picnic Areas, An Unsupervised Beach, Playground, Comfort Station Facility, Picnic Table, Change Room, Trailer Dump Station, Potable Water, Group Camping, Vault Toilet.

Five Islands Provincial Park, Nova Scotia

Five Islands Provincial Park, Nova Scotia

Site Description: Rising magnificently from the shores of the Bay of Fundy, Five Islands Provincial Park is one of Nova Scotia’s ideal and premiere outdoor destinations. The park offers 90 metre sea cliffs overlooking the world’s highest tides and a nice setting for camping. 😛 😛

Driving Direction: The park is located just 32 km east of Parrsboro and 57 km west of Truro, on Route 2, “The Glooscap Trail”. Route 2 is linked to Highway 104 at Exit 4 in Amherst, Exit 5 near Springhill, and Exit 11 at Glenholme. Civic address: 618 Bentley Branch Road, Highway 2, Five Islands.

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Five Islands Provincial Park
45.4075149, -64.02186999999998

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