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The Island's Provincial Park

C/O Department of Natural Resources,
P.O. Box 369
,
Shelburne,
Nova Scotia,
Canada,
B0T1W0

website

Tel: (902) 875-4304

Region:

Town: Shelburne

Open May 19 to September 6 Campsites are set in a natural atmosphere along the Shelburne Harbour. Tents, Recreational Vehicles and campers are welcome.

There are shower and toilet facilities on site. In addition to the campsites there is a beautiful picnic area, with huts to have lunch in, set on the water.

Additional information

Map showing location of The Island's Provincial Park

Map showing location of The Island's Provincial Park

Places near by Shelburne

  • Shelburne ( approx 1 km )
  • Birchtown ( approx 3 km )
  • Sandy Point ( approx 4 km )
  • Churchover ( approx 4 km )
  • Jordan Ferry ( approx 5 km )
  • East Jordan ( approx 6 km )
  • Jordan Falls ( approx 6 km )
  • Gunning Cove ( approx 6 km )
  • Jordan Bay ( approx 7 km )
  • West Green Harbour ( approx 9 km )
  • East Branch ( approx 9 km )
  • Lydgate ( approx 11 km )
  • Middle Clyde River ( approx 12 km )
  • Upper Clyde River ( approx 12 km )
  • Lockeport ( approx 12 km )
  • Western Head ( approx 12 km )
  • Middle Ohio ( approx 12 km )
  • Clyde River ( approx 12 km )
  • Rockland ( approx 13 km )
  • Port Clyde ( approx 14 km )
  • Sabie River ( approx 14 km )
  • Ingomar ( approx 14 km )
  • Sable River ( approx 15 km )

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