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Wreck Cove Wilderness Cabins - Things To Do Nearby

First spend a nice relaxing day right here on the property moving into your cabin and roaming the trails of our 30 acre Oceanside property, beachcomb a bit and relax by the shore.

Spend a leisurely day driving the Cabot Trail to Meat Cove (the garrisons from Fortress Louisbourg would go there to hunt moose and caribou for their winters meat), you'll probably sleep in anyway, so have a nice relaxing breakfast and then start driving north, stopping every now and then to enjoy a lookoff or a short walk. Plan for lunch in Neils Harbour at the Sea View or the Chowder house real good local seafood). Continue along that scenic route until you come to the road down to White Point, drive right down and leave your car at a little pull off place about 100 meters past the wharf, parking there keeps you out of the way of the fishermen. Now walk out the trail in front of you, right out to the tip of White Point. When you get out near the end you will see a small graveyard, it's where shipwrecked sailors are buried, the little knoll there is a great place to sit and think about absolutely nothing at all. Walk back to the car and continue on north to Meat Cove (remember to veer right at Cape North) Where the Campground is, is the most northerly settlement in Nova Scotia, have a look at that outermost campsite. Now jump in the car and head back South about 15 K to Cabot Landing, spend as much time as you can strolling along this spectacular beach with it's million dollar view of the mountains, have a picnic there or stop at any of the neat little restaurants on the way back to the cabins.

Take a morning or full day Sea kayaking tour with Cape Breton Seacoast adventures based right here (20% discount for our guests) when the tour comes in have a nice relaxing meal at the wonderful little Takeout right across the street called the Muddy Rudder {good food, and lots of it, at low prices}. If it's running, take the chair lift to the top of the mountain at Ski Cape Smokey and when you come down, drive over to Ingonish and laze on the salt or fresh water beach, or take a walk out to middle Head. Now go splurge and have a Lobster Supper or buy some and bring em back to the cabin or the beach nearby and cook-em-up.