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Ben Eoin Beach


6140 East Bay Highway

902-828-3100

Overview

Ben Eoin Beach is located on a peninsula on the beautiful Bras d’Or Lakes and offers fun-filled activities for the whole family. Enjoy your morning coffee as you watch the bald eagles soar overhead, swim in the warm waters of the peninsula, enjoy a walk on one of the nearby trails or play a round of golf at The Lakes Golf Club. Enjoy a day trip through the Cape Breton Highlands National Park on the legendary Cabot Trail, or go and explore the ruins and reconstructions at the Fortress of Louisbourg.

Our campground features 15 overnight sites, either unserviced or with electrical (30/50-amp), water and sewage hook-up. We also have 195 seasonal sites and two housekeeping cabins. We offer open and wooded site along the shores of the Bras d’Or Lakes. Guest amenities include flush toilets and a pit toilet, pay showers, washrooms, a disposal station with a fee, laundromat facilities, wood, ice, a canteen and store, wireless Internet, and paved roads.

Activities are available, please inquire directly with campground staff. Pets are welcome but must be kept on a leash.

We are a proud member of the Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia and the Campground Owners Association of Nova Scotia.

Visa, MasterCard and Debit are accepted.

Cancellation policy: Must cancel 2 weeks prior to the day of arrival (subject to change).

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