We hope your stay here is the best stay of your vacation. In fact, we hope it’s the best camping experience you’ve ever had! We know that’s a lofty goal so in order to allow us that opportunity, we ask that you please do as many of the following as you can! It’s our mission to provide an unforgettable camping experience by creating a friendly and hospitable atmosphere with untethered access to the 100 Wild Islands.
Sign up for a Scenic Boat Tour of the 100 Wild Islands
Along our coastline lies a little known, yet incredible, natural treasure. It’s a vast and beautiful archipelago of over 100 Wild Islands. Considered to be “The most valuable islands you’ve never heard of”, the archipelago is one of the last remaining intact and ecologically rich island groups of its size in North America, the rugged beauty simply can’t be put into words. Join captain Brian Murphy for an interactive scenic boat tour to experience the tranquility and breathtaking views for yourself. Guests like you are constantly telling us our scenic tour is the highlight of their trip!
Relax and enjoy our fresh salty Nova Scotia air and take a peaceful walk along the beach.
Feeling too relaxed? Take a swim in the Atlantic Ocean.
Let’s be honest. Can you really say you’ve experienced Nova Scotia if you haven’t lost feeling in your toes from our frigid ocean water?
Explore dozens of Wild Islands by kayak, canoe, or row boat. Rentals are available at our office.
Try your hand at fishing and/or crab fishing off the dock.
Grab a morning coffee at the Sailors’ Rest and challenge Brian to a game of crib.
End the day at our nightly campfire & mussel boil
Meet guests from around the world. Over the past 10 years alone, we’ve had guests from over 60 different countries, so you’ll have no trouble finding someone interesting to talk with. You may even bump into your neighbour from home. Sorry in advance!
Enjoy the popular North American camping treat called “S’mores”
No camping trip is complete without enjoying this sweet treat consisting of a roasted marshmallow and chocolate, sandwiched between two graham crackers.