Page 24 - Advert: Whether you come for the summer or just a few days; you are welcome to Victoria County
ISSUE : Issue 28
Published by Ronald Caplan on 1981/6/1
Whether you come for the summer or just a few days, you are welcome to Victoria County DAY TRIP SUGGESTIONS FROM THE BADDECK AREA 1. lONA • Highland Village, Falls on Washabuck Riv? er, Gypsum Plant. 2. LOUISBOURG--Tour the Fortress, Shop, Dine. 3. MINES--Princess Historic Mine, Sydney Mines; Miners' Village, Glace Bay; French Mine, Port Morien. 4. BOULARDERIE • Bird Islands, Fairy Hole. 5. MUSEUMS, HISTORICAL SITES • Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Park and Victoria County Archives, Baddeck; Gaelic College and Giant Mac? Askill Museum, St. Ann's. 6. HIKING • Uisge Ban Falls, MacMillan Mountain, Gold Mine at Middle River, Forks Baddeck Golf Course. BEGINNING AND END OF THE 184-MILE CABOT TRAIL "CIADMILE FAILTE" One Hundred Thousand Welcomes VICTORIA COUNTY The Warden, Councilors and Residents Take time to meet the people of Victoria County. Our summer begins early with a county-wide Lobster Festival June 13 to 22 Enjoy exquisite lobster dinners, complete with home baking. Dance to traditional and modern music. Join in the games, races, swimming, and handcraft displays. For a detailed schedule of these and other activities, contact any Cape Breton Tourist Bureau, or phone 295-3231. DAY TRIP SUGGESTIONS FROM THE INGONISH AREA 1. SIGHT-SEEING • Cape Smokey, Neil's Harbour, White Point, Dingwall, Cape North,-Meat Cove, Bay St. Lawrence. 2. BEACHES--Ingonish Beach, Mary Anne Falls, War? ren Lake, Black Brook, Neil's Harbour, White Point, Cabot Landing. 3. HIKING • Trails in the Cape Breton Highlands Na? tional Park, Ingonish Beach Golf Course. 4. HISTORY--North of Smokey Archives, Cabot High School, Neil's Harbour; North Highlands Community Museum, Cape North. (24)
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