2014 Season - June 13 to Oct. 13
Visitor Notices: Campers & picnickers should bring their own supply of water for drinking and cooking. Water at the park may, however, be used for washing.
Recent testing has shown that the park’s potable water supply contains Uranium slightly above the maximum allowable concentration as recommended by Health Canada. The recommended limit is of 0.02 mg/L is based on drinking 1.5 litres per day for 70 years.
In the short term, levels moderately exceeding the guidelines are unlikely to have an effect on health. Testing is ongoing and we are working towards a resolution. Additional information on uranium and its health effects, and water testing results is available at the park admin building.
A mile long sand beach offers some of the warmest saltwater swimming north of the Carolinas and the campground provide excellent opportunities for camping, or just appreciating nature.
The park offers 95-sites, picnic areas, and an unsupervised beach. There is a walking trail along the beach out to the island.
WiFi is available at the admin building and surrounding area. Password required, please see the park receptionist.
Camping reservations can be made beginning April 2, 2014. See Reservations for details and conditions.
Pictou (6 km)
• Hector Heritage Quay
• McCulloch House Museum
• Northumberland Fisheries Museum
Stellarton (25 km)
• Museum of Industry
For more information on these and other attractions, please consult the NovaScotia.com or visit one of the many Visitor Information Centres.
Caribou/Munroes Island Provincial Park is located 11 km (7 mi.) north of the junctions of Routes 6, 106, and 376 on Nova Scotia's Northumberland Shore, 4 km (2.5 mi.) east of the Caribou / Wood Islands (PEI) ferry wharf. Our civic address is: #2119 Three Brooks Road, Hwy 6, Caribou.
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62°39' 24.89" W
45°43' 18.48" N