Camping at The Islands Provincial Park in Nova Scotia is a recreation destination. You can go to the site and enjoy Camping, Canoeing, Hiking, Boating, Swimming and Fishing opportunities.
Amenities: The Islands offers a 70-site campground, water outlets, two picnic areas, an unsupervised beach, boat launch, and trailer dump station. WiFi is available at the admin building and surrounding area.
Site Description: The Islands Provincial Park is a popular picnic area on Shelburne Harbour, off Route 3, 5 km (3 mi) west of Shelburne, providing a restful stop on your trip around the South Shore. The park offers visitors a rocky beach, boat launch and a hiking trail to the town of Shelburne with its many museums, shops and picturesque charm. Area attractions include the Shelburne County Museum, Ross Thomson House, The Dory and the Barrington Woolen Mill. Our campground accommodations include 62 wooded overnight sites (un-serviced). Park amenities include flush toilets, showers, disposal station, fire grills, wood, and ice. Wireless Internet access is available at the administration building only and the surrounding area (please see park receptionist for details). Small unsupervised campers’ beach provides swimming opportunities. A Campground Host is on site. Leashed pets are permitted. MasterCard, Visa and Direct Debit are accepted. Just across the harbour from the historic town of Shelburne, The Islands Provincial Park offers a restful stop on your trip around the South Shore. Bounded by Shelburne Harbour, it offers visitors a maritime camping experience. Shelburne’s many museums, shops, and picturesque charm continue to attract thousands of international visitors each year.
Driving Direction: Located at Shelburne, NS B0T 1W0, Canada