The Top of the Island region is a “must visit” for those seeking close encounters with nature. Mammals large and small, on land and in the water, travel the mountains, valleys, rivers and oceans of the area.
A myriad of plantlife, some quite rare, inhabits the forests, mountains, beaches and bogs, and offers observers a virtual parade of color from early spring to late autumn. And in the winter, things slow down and wildlife is even more at ease and observable than during the non-snow seasons.
We invite you to the table to enjoy the visual feast that nature serves up annually at the Top of the Island.