- TripBuzz found 11 things to do with kids in or near Inverness, Nova Scotia, including 8 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Baddeck, Cape Breton Island and Cheticamp.
- From Eagle Eye Outfitters to Inverness County Centre for the Arts, the Inverness area offers 20 different types of family activities, including: Arts Centers, History Museums, Golf and Boat Tours.
- Inverness is a small rural community of Nova Scotia with just over 2,000 residents. Located on the west coast of Cape Breton Island, the area offers beautiful waterfront views and is a popular tourist destination in the summer months for its hiking trails and lakes. The community also hosts various festivals and events throughout the year, including an annual lobster picnic.
Guests will have the opportunity to view a great number of animals at Love Boat Whale Cruises, including whales, seals, and eagles. The boat tours are two to two and a half hours in length and rune from June to October.
Visitors can view a variety of artifacts Les Trois Pignons's museum area. The location's genealogy center features a variety of books, parish records, and census lists that can help visitors to uncover their family history.
At the Little Pond Stables, guests can ride horses on wooded, flat trails and along the beach. Children who are too young to ride horses will have the chance to ride ponies within the location's enclosed corral.
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1099 Hwy 312 | POBox 33, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
Donelda's Puffin Boat Tours take guests through the area's bird islands, offering guests an explanation of the life of a lobster fisherman. The birds located at the area include the Atlantic Puffin, the Razorbill, and the Bald Eagle.
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457 Elmira Road | Rte 16A, Elmira, Prince Edward Island MoreLess Info
Educating visitors about the history of the local railway, Elmira Railway Museum has exhibits that include model trains. There is a miniature railroad with train rides that travel through the wooded areas around the museum. Old railroad tracks branching off from the building have been made in to a bike path.
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Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
The Skyline Trail is a 7.5 km return and 9.2 km loop path that offers views of the Cabot Trail and several different animals. The trail, which takes two to three hours to complete, also takes visitors near a variety of headland plants.
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Red Point Park Road, Elmira, Prince Edward Island MoreLess Info
Red Point Provincial Park is known for its peaceful and well-maintained beach. There are often activities planned for children and families. The park also has a campground available for extended visits.
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15, Bayfield, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
Open May - October, the Bayfield Beach Provincial Park is located on St. Georges Bay. The small beach is fun for the entire family where swimming, picnicking and basic amenities are available.