Nestled between river and mountains in the western part of Cape Breton island, Chéticamp Campground in Cape Breton Highlands National Park boasts an outstanding natural setting. The campground provides easy access to four of the park's 26 hiking trails.
With its lush wilderness and contrasting landscapes, this destination is world renowned for its remarkable ecosystems. Keep your eyes open: you may spot minke or humpback whales, or cross paths with a moose or bald eagle.
Explore the Cabot Trail, one of the most scenic routes in North America, a 300-km spectacular coastal drive through the Cape Breton Highlands. You will not be disappointed: the landscapes will leave you breathless!
- Washroom facilities with showers, toilets and sinks
- Picnic areas
- Cooking shelter
- Firewood for sale ($)
- Nature interpretation activities
- Hiking trails from the campground
- Playgrounds, geocaching
16719 Cabot Trail, Petit-Étang, (NS)
No Reserved Fire Disorder
(Translated by Google) Small park popular with children
5.min from the village