Ingonish – Nature’s Home

Ingonish is a 4 season destination located at the northeastern tip of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, on the world-famous Cabot Trail.

Home to the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Highlands Links, Destination Cape Smokey, the Keltic Lodge, fresh seafood, beautiful beaches, amazing trails, and so much more.

From Ship to Shore

Dine on some of the world’s finest lobster and seafood – caught right here in Ingonish!

Served with a side of panoramic views that will leave your heart full.

What can we get you?

Lets Eat!

Destination Cape Smokey

Experience the beauty of Cape Smokey in all 4 seasons from Atlantic Canada’s first gondola! 

Downhill skiing in winter, watercraft rentals in summer, and stunning 360° colours in fall.

This is a “must visit” year-round mountain playground for all.

Level Up!

Ocean Tides + Good Vibes

Choose between the saltwater waves of North Bay, Broad Cove and Black Brook beaches or enjoy a freshwater dip at Warren Lake

Can’t decide between salt or freshwater?

Head on over to Ingonish Beach and Freshwater Lake and get the best of both worlds. 

Make a Splash!

Warm Up to Winter

Ingonish is skiers and snowshoer’s winter wonderland.

After a long day enjoying the outdoors, head inside and cozy up in a cabin or treat yourself to a trip to the Keltic Lodge Spa.

You earned it.

Ready, set, snow!

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Keep reading for some tips on how to react if you see a bear during your hike! 🎒🥾🌲

➡️ If you see a bear and it doesn’t see you, remain calm and slowly move away without sound. Do not run away. Have your bear spray readily accessible.

➡️ If you see a bear and it sees you, talk to the bear in a calm, stern tone. This lets the bear know you are a human and not prey. Back away slowly, appear big, and do not drop your backpack.

➡️ Finally, once you are safe, report all bear sightings to: 1-877-852-3100

📷: André Audet Photography
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9 hours ago

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Our hours for Saturday August 20th are 9am-12pm. We are closing early in preparation for our August @bitehouse dinner 🌿
See you for breakfast (or if you're lucky - see you for dinner!)
#eatlocal
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I made it in. We are here for prescriptions now. Please call us if you need anything.
Thanks for your patience everyone.
Alison.
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Glad you made it in safely

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Hi Everyone!! It’s Alison (the pharmacist). As you may already know, the road at Black Brook is washed out. I’m in Ingonish so will rush down to Neil’s Harbour as soon as I can. We are hoping for later today. We are still open but will not be able to process any prescriptions until I get there. I’m sorry for any inconvenience this may cause today. ❤️❤️
See you soon. I will post again when I am able to get to the pharmacy.
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Very nice

Beautiful

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Cape Smokey presents it’s third and final Smokey Sessions concert for 2022 with Slowcoaster, Scientists of Sound and Pro Motocross Athlete, Tyler Medaglia on Friday, September 9 at 7pm.
This high energy rock show with motocross stunts is shaping up to be the biggest party of the summer.
With the strength of their refreshing and versatile sound and intoxicatingly energetic live show, Cape Breton's Slowcoaster have become one of the most popular jam rock bands in Canada. The members' superior musicianship enables the trio to hammer out their own brand of high energy, guitar-based rock that incorporates touches of hip-hop, jazz, reggae and Afro-Cuban grooves. Guitarist / vocalist Steven MacDougall's stellar song writing skills and evocative vocals add a defining soulful texture absent in much of today's rock music.
Scientists of Sound’s signature anthemic rocktronica sound unites raging guitar hooks with hard hitting beats and epic gang vocal melodies. Combining elements of electronica with the energy of a rock band with something to prove at every show, an SOS set leaves the audience feeling like they just climbed a mountain.
Formed from the ashes of East Coast powerhouse bands The Jimmy Swift Band and Ruby Jean and the Thoughtful Bees—Scientists of Sound are producers Craig Mercer (guitar, keys, drums, bass, vocals), Colin Crowell (keyboards, bass, trumpet), and Sean Parsons on drums.
Nova Scotia born and based Pro Motocross Athlete, Tyler Medaglia, is hot off the summer race circuit and joining the party by adding an X Games element to the Smokey Sessions series. The 5X Amateur Champion, 2X National Champion, 5X Team Member of Motocross Des Nation Canadian and AMA Arenacross Lites Champion will be performing stunts in between Scientists of Sound and Slowcoaster sets and his final stunt will be jumping over the Cape Smokey Lodge.
Get your dancing shoes and your cameras ready, Cape Breton; Smokey Sessions is going big in September and this is the end of summer party you are not going to want to miss!
Tickets available at capesmokey.ca on Friday, August 19 at noon.
Hand Screen Prints by the incredible @midnightoilprintdesign available for purchase at the show!
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2 days ago

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💡Did you know that a wide market research done by Tourism Nova Scotia indicated that:

•31% of all pleasure visitors to Nova Scotia go hiking while in the province.

•Of those travellers who participate in hiking 1/3 of respondents said a multi day hike would be the main reason for them to travel to Nova Scotia.

📸: daveyandsky

#seawalltrail #hiking #capebreton #capebretonisland #tourism #ns
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Thanks for sharing 🙌🏻😊

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