Points of Interest

Within a 15 km radius of Hideaway Campground you will find a wide variety of hiking trails, which are excellent for bird watching and wildlife sightings. A whale watch tour or a deep-sea fishing excursion will give you the opportunity not only to see whales but the magnificent coast line, seals and numerous shore birds.

Just down the road you will discover South  Harbour Beach, Part of Aspy Bays 9 mile beach
Humpback, Fin & Pilot Whales await your tour along with  a magnificent coastline 20 minute drive to Bay St. Lawrence
You will find the Hideaway Campground at the  halfway point of the World Famous Cabot Trail

Concerts at the Octagon Center are very popular with the locals as well as our visitors. Bike rentals, kayaking, gift shops and grocery store are very close to the campground. Several restaurants ranging from gourmet dinning to take-out are a short drive. A community museum is another big attraction. With miles of sandy beaches, swimming in Aspy Bay and beach combing are a relaxing way to spend your day.

The Cabot landing Provincial Park is the landing site of John Cabot in 1497. When he first laid his eyes upon the land he was amazed by the tall timbers and the rugged beauty for as far as his eyes could see. The same would hold true today.

The Cape Breton Highlands are home to a very healthy  Moose population, Sighting are numerous
The Northern Atlantic Ocean coastline of Aspy Bay,  NS. has  warm waters, 9 miles of beach & 4 harbours.
Kayaking on South Harbour,  Northern Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

 

Just a short 10 minute drive to the west  will bring you to Beulach Ban Falls and the entrance to the Cape Breton  Highlands National ParkOUTDOOR ADVENTURE

Cabot Trail Adventures
www.cabottrailoutdooradventures.com
   
Highland Links Golf Course www.highlandslinksgolf.com
Le Portage Golf Club www.leportagegolfclub.com

WHALE WATCHING

Captain Cox
www.whalewatching-novascotia.com
Oshan’s www.oshan.ca

ART’S, CULTURE, FESTIVALS & EVENTS

Top of the Island
www.northerncapebreton.com

"Come As Strangers, Leave As Friends"