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Cabots Landing Provincial Park

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1904 Bay St Lawrence Road



Cabots Landing Provincial Park is a picnic and beach park (North Harbour Beach) on the shore of Aspy Bay, 10 km (6 mi) north of the Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island. Picnic tables are situated in the park’s open fields. Enjoy hiking and beachcombing along the sandy beach.  

The Park also features a National Historic Site cairn commemorating the landfall of John Cabot. Cabots Landing was formerly a launching site for Mi’kmaq to paddle to Newfoundland. The park features scenic vistas of the steep face of the Pollets Cove-Aspy Fault Wilderness Area and is a popular rest stop for kayakers, hikers and bicyclists travelling the northern coast of Cape Breton.

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