Five Islands Lighthouse was built in 1914. Because of erosion, the lighthouse was moved away from the water’s edge in 1952 and again in 1957. The erosion was so bad that the lighthouse had to be moved to a different location altogether.
See all the lighthouses on the Fundy Shore, Nova Scotia.
Getting to Five Islands Lighthouse
- Body of water: Minas Channel
- Scenic Route: Glooscap Trail
- Address: Broderick Lane, Five Islands, Nova Scotia
Getting to Five Islands Lighthouse: To get to Five Islands Lighthouse click the Directions link on the following map. Click on your current location and the quickest route will be mapped out for you. The lighthouse is located at the end of Broderick Lane, you’ll see the driveway on the right as you near the water.
Check out our guide to Nova Scotia lighthouses.
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- Action Camera: GoPro Hero10 Black
- Backpack camera mount: Peak Design Capture Clip
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- Water Filtration: LifeStraw Go Water Filter Bottle
- Binoculars: Nikon 7576 Monarch Binoculars
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