5 RV Parks near Lower Five Islands, Nova Scotia
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Lower Five Islands. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Lower Five Islands in the left hand column.
Aug 2017 - $38.00
Taken over by a pleasant and friendly new owner. The site is wide open as far as an RV park goes but if you have a site down by the Bay of Fundy, the view is spectacular when the tide goes out. Mud flats as far as the eye can see. Then it all fills up with water again about seven hours later. - The Travellers
Sep 2016 - $30.00
If it hadn't been for the Bay of Fundy and Tides we probably would have stayed at the Provincial Campground. As mentioned, the view of the bay was absolutely awesome.
The new owner most likely has numerous projects for upgrades but seems he was just getting started.
Our site provided a beautiful full view of the bay and enjoyed waking to this each morning.
As mentioned - grocery stores not close by.
Washrooms/showers/laundry in need of some real TLC
As campers came and went, there was no staff checking or cleaning the sites - thanks goodness for thoughtful campers. - Officer Bobby
Sep 2016 - $35.00
From your campsite, a huge expanse of Bay of Fundy mud flats opens up as the tide falls. Few can resist walking in the mud, which is thick enough to suck off shoes. The secret to easy movement is to walk in the stream beds that form as low tide approaches. Most sites have good views, but trees encroach beginning with front row spots above #15. There's a new owner and pets are now allowed. - Mtmoi
Oct 2017 - $29.00
Senior discount for four nights. Site was pull through, gravel, mostly level, water and electric with 30 amp. Verizon cell and internet reception was weak. DishTV reception was good. The park was very quiet at night. Our site had a very good sunset view of the bay. This park is a good location for observing the Fundy Tides. The park is about a 45 minute drive from major highways. The entrance road is newly paved, but does have low branches. The campground road is gravel and hilly, but we easily maneuvered with our 33' motorhome and toad. The park has 16 electric (30amp)/water sites, and has plans to add electric to additional sites. We would stay here again. - Dave51
Sep 2015 - $26.00
At the time of the writing of this review the park is undergoing the final stage (hopefully) of a 2-year re-development. Unfortunately, the planned addition of EW sites was one of the victims of recent provincial budget cuts.
This is a lovely Provincial campground and staff do an excellent job of maintaining the grounds and keeping the washrooms very clean. The entry road into the campground has been re-surfaced, so unlike many provincial parks, it is a smooth drive in. With the exception of the road to the day use area, the interior roads are gravel and in good condition. Sites in loop B (#45-84) tend to be on the smaller side and best for Class B, C, popups and tents. Loop A & C will be able to accommodate larger rigs. All sites are unserviced but there are pit toilets and water spigots throughout the campground. As well, there is a washroom with free hot water showers, flush toilets, and electric outlets. All sites include a picnic table and firepit. Firewood ($) and ice ($) are available. There is cell phone coverage throughout the park for those with Aliant (Bell), but apparently Rogers customers do not have coverage. Supposedly there is free WiFi at the office but it was not operational during our stay.
There are three trails within the park as well as great clam digging on the shore in the day use area. There is a dump station, however, because of the type of fitting at the end of the hose, black tank flushes are not possible. - driftdiver1
Jun 2011 - $33.00
There are possibilities to get sites with limited water view. Has nice surroundings but sites are a little rough but should not scare you away. - nto
Jul 2017 - $26.00
This is a county park that has a spectacular view and access to the Bay of Fundy. Excellent rating has to do with the site we were assigned as we had an end site with an unobstructed view of the Bay. There are many seasonal campers here but they leave the most desirable spots open for visitors - interesting and appreciated. Hosts were most accommodating when we asked to stay an extra night - didn't want to leave! Electric and Water was good and there is a dump station at the exit. WiFi was inconsistent. Great location to explore the Parrsboro area which is known for its fossils and minerals. Beachcombers paradise. - Breezy2
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Beautiful ocean view. Sites were level. No sewer, but dump site was very accessible on the way out. Quiet and comfortable. Fire pits and private. Water smelled so could only wash dishes, would not even try to shower. Talked to other campers on other side of campground and they said their water was fine. Had to back in to site but was easy enough, lots of room. Overall a very nice campground. We would camp there again. - B G
May 2015 - $35.00
We stayed with 3 other rigs over the Victoria Day weekend. This is a friendly campground and check in was easy. There are a number of seasonal sites, but they seem to have left the best ones for visitors. We had a good end site, with an unobstructed view of the Bay and a large grassy area in front of us. The site was of a decent size, although some were smaller, with a grassy surface. We did not use the washrooms but others in our group did and commented that they needed renovation. We could not get the WiFi at our site, although I understand it was accessible closer to the office and entrance. A nice place to stay. - The Pulfs
Sep 2017 - $24.00
The rate is in Canadian $. This park is at the end of the road on a 600' bluff overlooking the Minas Basin of the Bay of Fundy and about a 30 minute drive from Hwy 101. The campground is arranged in 2 loops and several of the sites back up to a view of the water. Most sites are barely in view of their neighbors in this very woody area. The interior roads are dirt with a few puddle filled holes and for most rigs is wide enough to clear the branches. Site #1 is enormous and can be used as a pull through while the rest are mostly back-ins. The paved road leading to the park is a narrow winding and sometimes bumpy lane along the farms. The last hill to the entrance station is probably about a 10% grade. Reservations can be made online or via phone. Without reservations, drive through and make a note of which desired sites appear empty and return to the kiosk and use the yellow phone to make a no-fee reservation for the desired site. We were there mid-week after Labor Day and the park was about 10% occupied. Great views of the Basin. There are water spigots near the loops roads and a dump station is near the entrance and can be used in either direction. - Trailbuddy
May 2014 - $26.00
This is a very nice Provincial Park with fantastic views! There are trails down to view the beach during low tide and the tide fluxuates 40+/- feet twice each day. The hill going up to the campground is very steep so you need a good head start if pulling a heavy RV. They have wooded sites as well as open meadow sites. We were in site #74 which had an amazing view and I think it was the best in the park. Site #74 is supposed to accommodate an RV up to 30 feet long but you could easily put a larger one on it as long as you park parallel to the road. The only problem with this site is that it can get very windy up there, but the view is one you will not forget. Very nice folks run the park and the campground is very quiet and well maintained. The roads leading to the park are very rough but if you like "dry camping" and are in this area you should really try it out. I gave it a 9 only because the trails needed some attention but that could have been because we were there early in the season. - troutslayer
Aug 2017 - $43.00
Campsites are close but very acceptable. The grounds are well kept. I noticed that there were about 60% of the occupants were seasonal. The only excess noise we experienced were motorcycles. I really did not appreciate pay showers after paying for our campground. We can tell you that from our site we were able to get Dish satellite tv. - morrison
Aug 2016 - $39.00
Definitely family oriented, many children but so very quiet overnight, and grounds are kept very clean. Many residents gather in the evening for congenial campfire chats. 50 amp service and WiFi were both slightly overpowered at peak times, but a surge protector is invaluable in these situations when everyone needs A/C. Wonderful location as tour base. - B and B
Jul 2016 - $49.00
Park is mostly catering to seasonal campers. The campsites for daily/weekly campers are varying in size. Don't bother asking which site or trying to reserve a site they will not tell you. Section B where we stayed is best suited for small trailers in the range of Popup campers or at the most a 19 to 23 foot trailer. The owners were putting 32 foot motor homes and 32 foot fifth wheels in spots not big enough to get in. I don't know what the travelers would have done if we had not been at our site to move our vehicles or guide them in. Fire pits are a few feet from your RV when you do get it in so you have no chance of enjoying all the amenities of camping. If you plan on staying connected to the electronic world while you are here do no rely on their "free internet" it is impossible to get on or stay connected to it. As for Television, there are 2 local digital channels available. We experienced issues with the power box tripping with only the AC and one other electrical appliance plugged in. My fifth wheel was drawing less than 20-25 amps at the time.
Our first stay here more than 10 years ago was much more accommodating and this will probably be the last time we go here. - Andrew Hampson