Situated in Cape Breton on the shores of the pristine Bras dOr Lake, this scenic campground is fully equipped with 93 fully serviced pull-through sites (electric, water and sewage hookups).
Enjoy fishing, swimming, and ATV trails on this exceptional Island paradise. Launch your canoe, kayak or boat from our dock or shoreline and explore the coves and inlets of the lake. Visit world-class attractions nearby Nova Scotia Highland Village, Eskasoni Cultural Journeys, Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site and the iconic Cabot Trail.
Region: Cabot Trail
Community: Margaree Valley
4 air-conditioned motel units and 1 cottage (one or two double beds per unit), 3-piece (shower) or 4-piece bath, satellite TV. Check-in by 6...
Region: Sydney and Area / Marconi Trail
Breton Air is Cape Breton’s premier helicopter charter and utility aviation company. Operating tours daily out of the Sydney J.A. Douglas ...
Regions: Cabot Trail, Bras d’Or Lake
Offering your own private, two-level lighthouse themed ensuite with a small garage for a couple of motorcycles, a sports car or even a place...
Region: Bras d’Or Lake
3 hostel rooms and 2 guest rooms (Q,D,T,bunk), shared or ensuite 3-pc (S) or 4-pc bath, free Wi-Fi, Netflix, shared kitchen, laundry, BBQ, l...
Regions: Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Highlands National Park
Community: Cape Breton Highlands NP
This trail meanders along the Aspy fault, through an Acadian and mixed forest. As nature reclaims land once used for farming and logging, a ...
It's no secret that Cape Bretoners have an accent. The accent can sometimes take on a Gaelic sound and sometimes can sound akin to a Newfoundland accent. Either way, our accent is a part of our identity and no doubt a part of our charm.
Cape Breton is known for its spectacular beauty, vibrant living cultures and outdoor adventure and this is especially so during our winters. Winter is no time to sit back and let the season pass you by, it's full of adventure, events and hospitality.
When we think of waterfalls, the image that comes to our mind is tropical pools, cascading water, peace and calmness. But come winter, these waterfalls turn into a completely different scene. We have rounded up our favourite winter waterfalls around
You may want to work your way up to this hike! So consider conquering North River Falls as something to aim for as you build your hiking repertoire. The hike is a well-maintained trail, part of the North River Provincial Park and Wilderness Area.
Gaelic for “white water”, Uisge Ban (ish-ka-ban) Falls is by far the most popular hike in the Baddeck area. This 4 km, 1.5-hour hike complete with picnic facilities attracts local and visitors all season long. Those visiting via the many cruise ships