Hideaway Campground & Oyster Market
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Wonderful place to stay, local community has Kyak rentals, incredible harbors beaches and food coop and farmers Market. This is a place we will return.
Pictures and stories to come. Suffice it to say we found a wonderful campground on a ridge near Dingwall, and near a beautiful beach with piping plovers getting ready for their flight south. The driving has been breathtaking on the Cabot trail and we have all fallen in love with Cape Breton. Today we saw many pilot whales very close and Julian got …
Another wonderful car sleep! I plan on designing a camping car.
You can see the St. Pierre Church in Cheticamp from miles away. This was my first stop of the day and it was definitely worth it. I just adore the angels on the wall behind the alter. Quite enjoyed the visit and lit a candle - can you guess which one?
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... the mountains/hills which offer impressive vistas and exciting roads. I'm not sure if the photos really do the scenery justice, but will better sum up our time here than for me to waffle on.
Our stop for the night was Cheticamp, a French speaking part of the area called Arcadia. The French owned the Cape Breton region until the British finally saw them off, after many previous ...
... and across to the Atlantic Ocean. We stopped at many views with information about the geology and the topography before us, as well as about the rich marine environment where the Gulf of St. Lawence mixes with the Atlantic.
One of my favorite experiences was in Pleasant Bay today at the Whale interpretive center where we all could learn about the 16 species of Whales in these waters.
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Friendly and clean, beautiful place with laundromat, wifi, and close to incredible beach and Bay St. Lawrence.
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