Time-Out Camp Ground and RV Park

Opens: Sunday, May 15 until Saturday, October 1

Situated in Cape Breton on the shores of the pristine Bras d’Or 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…

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Iron Mountain Wilderness Cabins

Refresh, relax and reconnect with nature at Iron Mountain Wilderness Cabins. Located on Whycocomagh Mountain in the central Cape Breton Island highlands, we invite you to break away from the crowds and gain a new perspective from our brand new off-grid camping cabin facility. We are less than 5km from the TransCanada Highway 105 in Whycocomagh, NS. We offer 5 heated, year-round insulated cabins available for nightly rentals. Each cabin includes: 1 queen bed with 2 pillows, 2 twin bunk beds with a…

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Live Life in Tents

Opens: Friday, June 1 until Wednesday, October 31

14 overnight campsites, including 6 glamping tents.

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Cape Breton Villas – Your Luxury Vacation Home

Opens: Saturday, January 1 until Wednesday, November 30

On the Ceilidh Trail and within 20 minutes of the Cabot Trail, overlooking the village of Inverness, the world-famous Cabot Links and Cabot Cliffs golf courses, our large modern villas offer environmentally sustainable, air-conditioned, luxurious accommodations. Every unit offers full kitchen, laundry and private oceanview patio. Our villas are 4.5 star rated, sustainable, accessible, all season premier accommodations perfectly situated within minutes of Cabot Links, Cabot Cliffs, the Cabot Trail, Ceilidh Trail and the Trans Canada Trail. We offer the…

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Soleil Chalets

Opens: Sunday, May 1 until Monday, October 31

Soleil is the French word for Sun, which we believe is the ideal name to represent the historical Acadian heritage that is still found in Cheticamp today. Owned by John Power a hard working business man who takes it upon himself to be hands on in his business to put his personal touch on the Chalets to make them that much more miraculous. Soleil Chalets offer modern cozy cabins with comforts of home. Located just minutes from all the amenities…

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Ceilidh Trail Motel

Opens: Wednesday, June 1 until Thursday, October 20

New 5-unit motel in the heart of Mabou. Centrally located on Highway 19; walking distance to many amenities, and a short drive to beaches and golf courses.Five air-conditioned rooms with queen bed, 4-piece bath, cable TV, fridge, coffeemaker, and Wi-Fi; 2 units have fold-out sofa. On-site laundry service. Small pets are allowed, with prior approval.We are rated as Partially Accessible by Access Advisor.Cancellation policy: 24-hour notice to avoid a charge.

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Gillies by the Sea B&B

Opens: Sunday, May 15 until Thursday, December 15

Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Gillies by the Sea B&B offers pet-friendly accommodation in Port Hood. Free private parking is available on site.Rooms are equipped with a TV with satellite channels. Certain rooms have a seating area to relax in after a busy day.There is a 24-hour front desk at Gillies by the Sea B&B.

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Green Chalets at Scotch Pine Lane

Opens: Friday, May 20 until Monday, October 31

11 cabins (K,Q,pullout sofa), 4-pc bath (some with whirlpool and kitchenette), woodstove, porch swing; communal firepit. Hiking trails, fishing guides, tennis, landing strip on property. Licensed dining room; traditional music.

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Cape Breton Highlands Cabins

Opens: Tuesday, May 17 until Saturday, October 15

4 cabins (Q,2Q,sofa-bed; 1- & 2-bdrm), 4-pc bath, woodstove; some with kitchenette. Hiking trails, fishing guides, tennis, landing strip on property. Licensed dining room, nightly music.

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Whycocomagh Provincial Park

Opens: Thursday, June 9 until Sunday, October 16

Whycocomagh Provincial Park occupies a dramatic hillside overlooking the Skye River Valley and the Bras d’Or Lakes. This is a quiet scenic setting for camping and hiking, or as a base from which to take in the area’s many attractions. Fall colours make the park a “must-visit” location in October.  A series of hiking trails (5 km / 3 mi total)  lead to five Salt Mountain look-offs offering excellent views of the Bras d'Or Lakes.  From the park, eagles may…

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