Margaree Riverview Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Margaree Forks
... the info centre to find out where the nearest petrol was. It was at the next town, Belle Cote. The information person convinced us that we needed to go up through the National Park as it was the best place around.
She was right as soon as we started on our trip the scenery improved dramatically. The coastline changed to cliffs and on the other side it was a beautiful green valley. The biggest disappointment for us was the rain as soon as we hit the most majestic part that all ...
... told us how the kilt is the center piece of the wardrobe of a Scottish man. By only changing his shoes (sometimes the color of socks and/or flashings), and his shirt and/or jacket, a man can go from hiking, to golfing, to an informal luncheon, to a business meeting, and finally to a black tie reception with the same kilt. There are three main components of the kilt attire – the kilt, of course, the knee length socks with ...
Drove up Hwy 19 on the west side of the large island and checked into our motel (a fishing motel/lodge) in Margaree Forks, out in the country on the road that divides the north and south of the island. We learned the river below the lodge is a great Atlantic salmon river for fishing and the proprietor of the motel is an older German ...
... saw plenty of whales, lots of birds and even some seals. And of course all the great scenery!
We continued our drive through Cape Breton Highlands National Park, there were great views of the ocean, cliffs, valleys, and waterfalls. Soon we were almost finished with the Cabot Trail and out of the National Park. We stopped at one more beach to get one last view of beautiful Cape Breton and the ocean.
At the end of the ...
Woke up, made breakfast and took down my tent to start a day of hiking in the park. Since the campground I was at was close to the ocean I thought I would take a brief hike to the shore. However the trail was closed temporarily, so I had to drive to a parking spot on the shore and walk down. Next up I drove up the road and took the short hike in to see Mary Ann Falls. The drive up was nice and the falls were beautiful.
The first full trail ...