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From one-of-a-kind glamping sites to catching your own lobster dinner, the experiences on Cape Breton Island are almost as diverse as our land, history, and culture. Go zip-lining, tube down the Margaree River, learn how to boil a lobster the Cape Breton way, and experience glamping in the Highlands at Kluskap Ridge. The experiences are endless on an Island that’s begging to be explored!

  • Highland Glamping at Kluskap Ridge

    An idyllic setting, rich with the beauty that makes Cape Breton Island a visitor’s paradise. This is your campground destination on the Cabot Trail. Your Glamping Bell tent is furnished East Coast Glamping style, with a Queen-style deluxe camp bed or 2 twin Camp Beds, and ambient interior decor and lighting.
    This picturesque site overlooks St. Ann’s Bay with its own fire pit and picnic table. Glampers will have a fully equipped Pantry Pack including everything required for campfire meal preparation, cooking and dining. It’s suggested doing your meal plan and getting your groceries enroute to the site.

  • ZipLine with Mountain Pine Adventures

    Cape Breton offers some of the world’s most spectacular unspoiled natural beauty. Combine the beauty with 500 feet of zip-line excitement, throw in a dash of adrenaline and top it off with fresh and innovative culinary treats and you got yourself and unforgettable Mountain Pine Adventure. This zipline offers high action at invigorating speeds, overpassing rivers landscapes below. Truly an experiential treetop adventure with vast views of the Ocean and Mountains!

  • Live Life In Tents

    Live Life In Tents is a unique adventure tourism company aimed at providing a turn-key adventure experience completely tailored to what you want to do – when you want to do it. There’s a large selection of rental equipment which includes tents, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, backpacks, river tubes and complete camping rental packages. Experiential packages include SUP Sunset and Lobster Dinner on the Margaree and Paddle & Camp.

  • Highland Bow & Arrow

    If you’d like to spend an hour or so shooting arrows on the Cabot Trail, then Highland Bow & Arrow’s the place to be. This roadside archery offers lessons and four different levels, so there’s something for everyone. The Goblin (Lightweight), Crusador Draw Weight (10-20 lb), Firebird Draw Weight (30-35 lb), Polaris & Journey Draw Weight (20-35 lb).

  • Learn to Lobster Boil

    Cook, crack, and enjoy lobster fresh from the sea by an old wharf steeped in history at Le Block Beach, just as the sun gently sets over the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Share stories, tunes, local knowledge and recipes as you dine by the sea.