Now Open for the 2014 Season!
A family-owned campground on the Bras d'Or Lakes
No rig too big or too small
|The Only Lakefront Campground in Baddeck
|The Cabot trail begins and ends in Baddeck. We are on the Cabot Trail, the closest campground to Baddeck and the only lakefront campground in Baddeck. Save fuel and join your fellow campers who explore the Cabot Trail and area attractions using us as their base camp.
|We are only a few minutes to the Alexander Graham Bell Museum and the centre of Baddeck Village with its restaurants, shops, waterfront boat tours, post office, banks, atm's, hospital, pharmacy, etc. We are just 35 minutes to the Newfoundland Ferry, and a little over an hour to the historic Fortress Louisbourg. Discover picturesque Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
- 93 RV and tent campsites
- Pull-through sites
- Wide, level, deep sites
- Clean, quiet, friendly
- Big rigs, tents, caravans, pets welcome
- Safari tent area
- 3 way hookups-15, 30, 50 amp
- Water & sewer hookups
- Free hot showers
- Heated washrooms
- Separate tent area
- Recreation area: playground, horseshoes, pet area
- Fresh water swimming pool with pergola/sitting area
- Club House: Available for meetings & socials, planned entertainment, lending library, games, darts
- Camp store, gift shop
- Camp fires permitted
- Swim at our private salt water lake front
- Fish or boat in the lake
- Upscale camper cabins with queen beds & bunkbeds, bathrooms, screened porch- outdoor firepit, gas barbeque and picnic table and more
- Basic Camper Cabins with double & bunkbeds
Enjoy this world famous area
- The Scenic Cabot Trail
- Lake & ocean fishing
- Boat tours
- Bird & whale watching
- World's 2nd largest inland sea (salt water)
- Two Rivers Wildlife park
- Glenora Distillery
- Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
- Bras d'Or Lakes Interpretive Centre
- Fortress Louisbourg
- Margaree Salmon Museum
- Giant MacAskill Museum
- North Highlands Community Museum
- Acadian Museum
- Les Trois Pinons Museum of the Hooked Rug & Home Life Museum
- Gaelic College
- Cape Breton Miners Museum
- St. Patrick's Church Museum
- Highland Village Museum
- Cape Breton Centre for Heritage and Science
- Cossit House Museum
- Jost Heritage House
Going to Newfoundland?
Enjoy Baddeck and all it has to offer. When you’re ready to explore more of the region, save money, fuel costs and fees and store your rig with us. We offer two options: dead and live storage. Dead storage is $8 per night but stay with us one night and get it at 50% off!
Live storage is available too.
Please contact us at: Brasdorlakescamp@aol.com
|WHAT PROFESSIONAL TRAVEL MAGAZINES SAY ABOUT CAPE BRETON:
|National Geographic Traveler Magazine: "Second most beautiful Island in the world"
Conde Nast says: "One of the best island destinations in the world"
Travel & Leisure Magazine: "Most beautiful Island in North America"
WHAT OUR CAMPERS SAY ABOUT US:
"We have camped all the way from British Columbia and this is the nicest, cleanest, most friendly park we have stayed in"... Marvin S.
"We loved our stay in your lovely luxury camper cabins. It made our seven year old sons vacation."... Virginia M.
"Cleanest campground we have ever stayed in"...Harley F.
"What a beautiful, scenic, well maintained campground; loved the pool"...Liz & Frank B.
"Planned to stay 2 days and explore on our motorcycles. Enjoyed the campground and the friendly, helpful staff, we stayed a week." ...Charlie & Susanne D.
"Really enjoyed the spaciousness, and manicured grounds. The spotless bathrooms were great, too."... Barbara & Bill V.
"Perfect location for seeing Cape Breton" ...Doris T.
"The first campground in the last 20 we have stayed with high speed wireless at our site that really works properly; a joy for travelers!"...Angus McD.
Find out more about Cape Breton at these links:
Season: June 8th to October 1st
*If you're coming earlier, please contact us for early bird arrival.
Reservations can be made at anytime up to one year in advance
|How to Get Here
Just off the Trans - Canada Highway
Highway 105, between exits 7 & 8 at km marker 80, 5km (3mi) west of Baddeck
Follow The Signs
Co-ordinates 46.08126 Lat, 60.81906
For Information on the best camping at Bras d'Or Lakes Campground, contact us:
PO Box 595, Baddeck, NS B0E 1B0
Phone: (902) 295-2329 - Fax: (902) 295-2838
Off Season Phone: 239-595-5558
Accepting applications for Workampers 2014 and 2015.
Please email your name, phone number and resume.
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