McNabs Island is the largest island at the entrance of Halifax Harbour in Nova Scotia. Part of the McNabs and Lawlor Islands Provincial Park, McNabs Island is only a short boat ride from Halifax or Eastern Passage, but feels like a world away with its colourful past and unspoiled natural beauty. The Friends of McNabs Island Society, in conjunction with The Waterfront Development Corporation, partnered with Sperry Design to develop and design a series of interpretive panels and wayfinding trail markers. The system completely enhances and assists the visitor experience on the island. The interpretation focused on lighthouses, shipwrecks, settlement, military history, and nature.