Opens: Sunday, May 1 until Saturday, October 15
22 overnight sites (E(30-amp),W,Se) + 65 seasonal; 2 rental trailers. Open & wooded family campground on Lake Ainslie; excellent scenery. FT, free showers, DS, fireplaces, laundromat, store, propane, pay phone, ice, tea room. Wi-Fi, CBTV in recreation hall, playground, darts, swimming in heated pool & lake, dock; kayak rentals. Daily loon & eagle sightings. Pets on leash.
Paintings, mixed-media artwork, fairy crafts, Doctor Who, and art celebrating the beauty of nature. "Free little library" on site.
The MacDonald House Museum is a 19th century, gothic-style furnished farmhouse overlooking Lake Ainslie on Cape Breton Island. The museum’s exhibit room features crafts, a housing loom and spinning wheel, while the barn displays an assortment of farm machinery and tools. The barn also provides a spectacular setting for concerts held throughout the summer months. Visitors to the museum can also explore a restored one-room schoolhouse (c 1920) to learn what education used to be like in rural Cape Breton Contact…
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