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MacIntosh Brook Campground

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Cape Breton Highlands National Park


Part of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, MacIntosh Brook Campground is nestled in the Grande Anse Valley, a hardwood valley between North and MacKenzie Mountains, 5 km from Pleasant Bay.

Description: A wide open, grassy area with 10 unserviced sites.

Campground Services:

  • Washrooms with flush toilets
  • Large kitchen shelter with wood stoves
  • Boil water before drinking
  • Pay by self-registration or at Park Visitor Centres

There are several walking/hiking trails nearby:  
•    MacIntosh Brook  for a walk in old growth forest along the river to a waterfall
•    Lone Shieling  to see a replica of a Scottish crofters hut
•    Benjie’s Lake to stroll through boreal forest to a quite lake where moose can sometimes be seen.

GPS Location: N46 48.753 W60 46.063

Park is open year-round but full visitor services are only
available from mid-May until mid-October.

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