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Lennox Passage Provincial Park


2313 Highway 320

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Overview

Lennox Passage Provincial Park located on the North Shore of Isle Madame on Cape Breton Island (5 km / 3 mi east of the junction of Routes 320 and 206) offers a picnic area with tables scattered through a forest and open areas, a saltwater beach, and 2 km of walking trails. 

The park also has an operating lighthouse for visitors to explore, and swimming, kayaking, and biking opportunities. Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing may occur in the park; however, visitors are reminded that the park is unserviced during the winter season and parking is available at the gate only.

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