Many sites line the shore in this little campground between Ship Harbour and Tangier, though there is also a field where RVs set up. The two sites at the very end of the road are private and roomy with fantastic views of the islands. The Murphy’s are seventh generation owners of this property. Their home is at the entrance, and their tiny wharf complete with fishing boat sits in the middle of the campground for fishing and swimming. Talk to the Murphys at the little reception building about ordering in some local or oysters to cook over the fire. Drop into jolly Brian Murphy’s hangout across from the wharf for free coffee, conversation, and cribbage lessons. He’ll take you out in his little fishing boat to the shores of nearby islands—100 of them have just become a protected area—for the scenery and to gather wild mussels for the communal feast that evening around the campfire.