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We stumbled upon this unexpectedly and really enjoyed our short time spent here.
There are essentially 2 parking lots for this lighthouse area, but they are a fair distance apart. The first lot is where the washrooms are located and there is some information and...More
We took a drive from new Glasgow to Antigonish along the coast and stopped here. What a great spot for a picnic. There are benches, and picnic tables. Yiu can see water all around you and it is breathtaking!
This lighthouse (with a lit beacon that flashes on and off) is at the end of a road and is well worth the drive. When you arrive, you feel as though you are perched atop a beautiful cliff with a relaxing view of the ocean....More
We’re staying nearby and decided to go for a drive because the weather wasn’t the best. We stopped at the lighthouse and were pleasantly surprised with the beautiful view from the hilltop overlooking the ocean.
We also enjoyed the views along the road heading to...More
Stopped in while traveling from Cape Breton to Halifax and were even more pleased with this visit than our prior visit. We stayed for about and hour and were able to see whales and a bald eagle while seated on the benches overlooking the bay,...More
I went for sunset shots...golden hour, sunset and blue hour but I only stayed for part of golden hour because of the condition of the road...I was afraid I would hit one of the many potholes and damage my car and there is no phone...More
On our way to Antigonish, we took a scenic drive to the lighthouse. Breathtaking is how I would describe it. A little out of our way but so worth the drive. It is the "Cabot Trail" of the Merigomish area. It was a beautiful, sunny...More
We travelled north on the Sunrise Trail from Merigomish to Cape George and then south to Antigonish. This is off the beaten track and we did not encounter many tourists. What a feast of wildlife ! A Black Bear crossing the road near Livingstone Cove,...More