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Five Islands Provincial Park, Five Islands

#34 of 162 in Parks in Nova Scotia
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  • Go there and take the red head trail - it is an easy 4 km (back and forward) trail, most of it in the forest, but the lookouts (there are 4 major) are one of the best in NS! Amazing red cliffs and a s...  more »
  • During a week trip to Nova Scotia we were debating on whether to see the Bay of Fundy. There is so much to see and so much spectacular coastline in NS it is difficult to decide. Really, need two or th...  more »
  • This park is an absolutely amazing place to experience the Bay of Fundy's fantastic tides. Start by looking out over the mud flats from the trail near the campground then walk down to the beach and ou...  more »
  • Incredible spot. No showers, clean pit toilets. Amazing views of the dramatic tides in the Bay of Fundy. Spots on various levels. Well spaced out and quiet. $26 canadian so a good price. Recycling options. Great access to trials and beach and day use spots available
  • Gorgeous place! The lack of trees on the sites was a bit of a downside for use of hammocks for camping. But other than that it's an amazing place to go digging for clams. Really fun experience as well. Feel like I didn't get to see everything this place had to offer.
  • Beauty view... friendly staff. just be sure you check the weather.
  • As the name implies, the place is known for a cluster of five small islands. There's a beautiful albeit rugged beach and a campground. It wasn't crowded at the time and day of my visit. There was a cloudburst where it went from sunny to a heavy downpour which lasted for about 15 min., then went back to sunny. đŸ˜€
  • Beautiful, spacious campsites, tucked away from the nearby town. At high tide, a beautiful view of the big island, and at low tide, an amazing walk across the bay floor and along the cliffs awaits.