Hiking Trails

Privately owned campgrounds at the Top of Cape Breton Island, are located just off the beaten track. Camp sites offer a wide range of amenities to suit guests needs, along with breath taking scenery & ocean views.

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Cape North Farmers' Market

Cape North Farmers’ Market

Our region – the northeast Highlands of Cape Breton Island – is a mountainous, rocky one, with harsh weather and many, if small, pockets of arable land. One of the primary goals of the Cape North Farmers Market is to…

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Cabot Trail Adventures

Cabot Trail Adventures

Cabot Trail Adventures is a year-round outfitter located at the northern tip of Cape Breton Island … the Top of the Island region.Cabot Trail Adventures offers guided and self-guided day tours and multi-day packages, with summer offerings featuring biking, kayaking,…

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Blue Bayou Resort

Blue Bayou Resort

Blue Bayou Resort has 23 domes and 7 tipis. Experience a private outdoor space in a billion star environment. For your comfort we have domes with private bathrooms, including bath towels and bedding. For a nomadic experience, we have Authentic…

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Cabots Landing Provincial Park

Cabots Landing Provincial Park

Cabots Landing Provincial Park is a picnic and beach park (North Harbour Beach) on the shore of Aspy Bay, 10 km (6 mi) north of the Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island. Picnic tables are situated in the park’s open…

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Lowland Cove Loop - Meat Cove

Lowland Cove Loop – Meat Cove

Length:   16 km (10 mi) returnHiking Time:   5+hrType of Trail:   natural surface, compacted earthUses (no snow):   walking, biking, horseback riding, ATVsUses (snow):   cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeingFacilities:   camping, tables, water, outhouses (at trailhead only)Dog Use:   off-leash permittedGov't Topo Map:   11N02 (Cape…

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