The Wildlife

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.

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North Highlands Community Museum

North Highlands Community Museum

Interpretive exhibits illustrating lifestyle experienced by early settlers of northern Cape Breton. Exhibits include gypsum quarry, stores, church histories, shipwrecks, furnishings, school and transportation, forge, settlers’ garden. Extensive genealogy centre and archives, visitor information centre, c@p site. Weekly concerts and…

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Burton's Sunset Oasis Housekeeping Motel

Burton’s Sunset Oasis Housekeeping Motel

Burton’s Sunset Oasis Housekeeping Motel is nestled on a slope at the end of the fishing village of Bay St. Lawrence on the northern tip of Cape Breton Island – just a 15-minute drive north from the Cabot Trail.  Enjoy…

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Kayaking in Meat Cove

Kayaking in Meat Cove

Kayaking in Meat Cove is like no other. Strap in the Kayak and let the rugged Atlantic coast of Meat Cove show you what it has to offer. You will see some of the most amazing views that the Island…

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Meat Cove Campground

Meat Cove Campground

Meat Cove, the most northern tip of Cape Breton Island, is surrounded by jagged cliffs, valleys of connected mountains where bald eagles soar above. Here, you will find yourself surrounded by magnificent views from all of our 30 unserviced campsites…

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