Five Islands Lighthouse

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45° 24' 21'' N    -64° 05' 15'' W
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Five Islands Lighthouse c. 1999
© Kathy Brown
Five Islands Lighthouse c. 1999

Wooden "pepperpot" light.

The Five Islands Lighthouse Preservation Society was formed in 1996. Colchester County purchased the lighthouse and it was moved onto the property of Sand Point Campground. The Society leased the lighthouse from the County and the land from Sand Point Campground for a nominal sum yearly.

On November 6, 2008, the lighthouse was moved on the back of a flatbed trailer from the campground to a new site on Broderick Lane, about 7 kilometres away. From, the new site you get a wonderful panoramic view of the Five Islands after which the lighthouse is named. The lighthouse is part of the Fundy Shore Ecotour.

On April 28, 2010, at the AGM of NSLPS, the society was awarded the  Craig Harding Lighthouse Preservation Award which is presented annually to recognize an organization or individual that has done outstanding work in saving lighthouses.


© Kathy Brown

The Five Islands Lighthouse at the new location on Broderick Road.

Contributor: Kathy Brown and the Five Islands Lighthouse Preservation Society
Sources: Five Islands Lighthouse Preservation Society; The Story of Five Islands, Five Islands Women`s Institute, 1969; NSLPS Database
Photos: Kathy Brown

Five Islands Lighthouse   Specs at a glance...

Body of WaterMinas Basin
RegionFundy Shore & Annapolis Valley
Scenic DriveGlooscap Trail
Tower Height033ft
Height Above Water043ft
CharacteristicFlashing Red (1992)
Still standing:True
Still operating:False