Richmond County is the smallest in Cape Breton, but there’s still plenty to do outside. With a variety of activities on land and sea, Everything being close means you can hit as many of these locations as you want in just a few days!
Cape Breton County is the most populated part of Cape Breton Island, with the capital city of Sydney in the middle (almost). This is a county rich in diverse history, and the names and locations of outdoor places reflect this history. Here is a list of 25 places to enjoy summer outdoors in and around Sydney.
Victoria County encompasses some of the wildest places in Cape Breton. The Cape Breton Highlands Park is the major feature, but you’ll also find adventures on the… Read more »
Antigonish County is perhaps best known for being home to St. Francis Xavier University (St. FX), but there’s so much more to do here. You can find whatever part of the outdoors you love best and have a tremendous time exploring it. From 4 million-year-old-rocks to a modern day amusement park, you’ll become part of the story of the county, and it will become part of your story too.
Pictou County can be distinguished by its variety of stories. You’ve got stories of peoples coming together and learning how to live with each other, stories of people creating spaces to live and learn together outside, and stories of the natural world all over the county. Wherever you spend your time in Pictou, you’ll hear these stories and watch them play out. Come visit, and add your own stories to the tapestry.
Selling out within minutes in 2019, The Flying Apron Inn & Cookery’s Dining on the Ocean Floor event at Burntcoat Head Park took beach picnicking to a… Read more »
Since it is becoming more apparent that the COVID-19 crisis will continue for a little longer, it is more important than ever to support local businesses. Many… Read more »
As COVID-19 continues, it is becoming more important that local eateries continue to make the necessary adjustments in order to stay viable during this challenging time. Many… Read more »
Everyone has been advised to “Stay the Blazes Home” and support local eateries during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many local favourites have made changes to offer pick-up and… Read more »
Explore Atlantic Canada’s playground while sleeping under the stars without needing to actually ‘rough’ it. Glamping has taken off in Nova Scotia, and there are lots of… Read more »
As the temperature drops, Cape Breton becomes a breathtakingly beautiful winter wonderland. Get ready for cool activities and to warm up at Ceilidhs. Break out your warmest clothing and get ready to embrace the coastal winter like an Islander.
Cape Breton Island is a beautiful island at the northern tip of Nova Scotia. While Cape Breton is a part of Nova Scotia, it has its own culture and history. This island is home to many fun, interesting experiences. Here are just 24 ways for you to discover Cape Breton.