Cape Breton’s Secret Summer Bucketlist

I am billing this “Cape Breton’s Secret Summer Bucketlist” and it is filled with some of Cape Breton’s greatest, oddest, tastiest, funnest things everyone should do but probably have not because they didn’t know about them.

Explore, enjoy, and let me know how things went or what you enjoyed most.


Check back often. I am always adding great secrets.

Festivals & Events:
Anything that Floats
Point Michaud Sand Castle Competition
Point Michaud Surf Classic
Caribbean Festival
Lumière Art at Night
Scatarie Island Pilgrimage
Margaree Highland Games
Port Morien Summer People Festival

History & Culture:
Bell Museum White Glove Tour
Fortress Louisbourg Cannoneer
Broughton
Governors Celtic Jam
Scattarie Island Pilgrimage
Mira’s Pirate Shipyard
Music at the Red Shoe Pub
Sterling Mine Barrens
St Margaret of Scotland Church
Isle Madame Lighthouse Tours
Margaree Walking Tour
CB Public Art
Old Route 5 Stone Bridge

Food:
Lick a Chick Chicken
Lick a Treat Giant Ice Cream Drumstick
Dancing River Sprite
Deep Fried Mars Bars in Glace Bay
Tasty Treat Dip and Nuts
Dancing Goat Porridge Bread
Farmer’s Daughter for Treats
Beggar’s Banquet

Adventure:
Albert Bridge Jumping
Seal Island Catwalk
Cheticamp Quarry Swim
Clothesline Dummy
Escape Louisbourg
Cape Breton Drive-In Theatre
Visit the TARDIS
Giant Walk
Mountain Pine Zip Line

Nature:
Camp at the Edge of the World
Cape Clear
Cape Dauphin Lagoon Swimming
Islandview Falls Dip
Squid Jigging Off the Government Wharf
Clam Digging at Fuller’s Bridge
Stargaze at Two Rivers Observatory
Mica Hill
Frog Pond Café
Sweet Side of the Moon

* I am, in no way, responsible for any laws broken or misfortunes which may happen during your bucketlist adventures.
** Please be careful and use your head when following Google Map directions and tell someone where you are going

5 Comments
  1. Robert Butler July 11, 2016 at 4:27 pm

    Interested in the catwalk . How do u find entrance to the walk? Thanks

    • srolls July 13, 2016 at 5:55 am

      If you park at either end of the bridge and find your way under the bridge, you should see it no problem. Use your own discretion if ignoring the “Do not enter” sign.

      • Robert July 13, 2016 at 9:27 am

        Thanks for the help

  2. Paul MacDougall July 17, 2016 at 11:58 pm

    Hey, Tasty Treat whole belly clams are amazing. Also found at The Seagull in Ingonish. Others would call them a delicacy!!
    Great list!

  3. boomergirl January 10, 2017 at 9:33 pm

    Loved our Cape Breton roadtrip. Got to some of this list.Would have liked having it along. Rambled here. I came home with 3-masted wooden weather vane made by an old fisherman/folk artist from New Haven. His little roadside biz had sign… ‘fishing stories told here’. He fished 58 years. Asked him what? He told me everything.

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