Camping Mabou Cape Breton

Camping mabou cape breton

There are few destinations in the world like Cape Breton Island, where ancient forests and a craggy coastline meet with a local music scene that can’t be found anywhere else. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, a raucous road trip, or simply to unplug from your normal life for a few days, there are many incredible glamping locations on this magical island.

Archer’s Edge is a fantastic glamping spot in Judique, Nova Scotia, that is positioned on top of a cliff with one of the most breathtaking views in all of Canada. Each glamping dome at this enchanting spot is fully insulated, 100% waterproof, and comes with a queen-size bed, a full bathroom, and a kitchenette.

True North Destinations makes a great glamping camping mabou cape breton destination for those wanting to explore the incredible hiking trails that adorn Cape Breton Highlands National Park, including the Skyline Trail. This glamping spot is located in a lovely cabin, and includes a private bedroom with a queen-size bed, en suite bathroom, a kitchenette, and access to the communal cabin.

Northeast Cove Geodomes is an incredibly secluded glamping experience for those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The glamping accommodations feature beautiful mountain views and a large deck where you can enjoy the outdoors in style.

Sally’s Brook Wilderness Cabins has a variety of glamping options in the Englishtown area, including Puffin Pod, which is perfect for couples. It features a queen-size bed, a small kitchenette, and a porch with stunning views of St. Ann’s Bay.

Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort and Retreat Centre has a variety of glamping spots, from cabins to yurts to domes. Guests can choose to spend their time relaxing on a private deck, socializing with others, or participating in special events.

Tiny Mayfly is a secluded glamping destination that features a loft bedroom with a queen-size bed, an outdoor patio with a fire pit, and a full bathroom. It’s situated on Lake Ainslie, the largest freshwater lake in Cape Breton. It’s also a popular spot for paddlers, and you can often see nesting bald eagles and moose.

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