Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or a secluded retreat with the kids, glamping is the perfect way to make your next Nova Scotia getaway one to remember. With a wide range of glamping destinations in Cape Breton ns, there’s something for everyone.

There are several great glamping options on Cape Breton Island, from secluded yurts to lakeside domes. We’ve rounded up the best places to stay and the top things to do to help you plan your Cape Breton glamping adventure!

Tucked into the woods is Tiny Mayfly, a stunning wooded glamping destination on Lake Ainslie. Guests have access to the lake for freshwater swimming and paddling, along with a variety of trails that wind through the property.

This secluded, wooded glamping domes in cape breton ns spot is a great option for families with small children and pets. It features a loft bedroom with a queen-sized bed, a pull-out futon for an additional guest, a full bathroom and a kitchenette. It also has a deck and fire pit for enjoying the beautiful scenery.

Northeast Cove Geodomes is a brand new facility that offers luxury style accommodations in a natural setting. The domes are a short walk from the village and come well equipped with air conditioning, kitchenette, bathroom, sitting area, and a private deck overlooking the water.

Kayak Cape Breton is the perfect glamping destination for adventurous travelers. Located in the River Inhabitants Basin, this secluded glamping spot is ideal for kayaking, hiking, biking and swimming. There are a variety of activities to choose from on this beautiful property and a number of nearby restaurants for delicious meals.

If you’re looking for a unique and secluded experience, consider glamping at this yurt campsite in Walkerville. With stunning ocean views and the ability to kayak, hike, and swim in the River Inhabitants Basin, it’s the perfect place for couples or friends who want to get away from it all.

Sally’s Brook Wilderness Cabins in Englishtown, Nova Scotia, is a great choice for those who love nature and wildlife. They have a variety of cabins, including Puffin Pod, which is a quaint glamping cabin with a queen-sized bed and a small kitchenette. You can even book a boat tour with Donelda’s Puffin Boat Tours to witness the majestic Atlantic puffin nesting grounds!

True North Destinations is Nova Scotia’s only 5-star housekeeping, eco-conscious, luxury geodesic dome experience along the Cabot Trail coastline. Each of the 10 domes has a private deck, luxurious Queen-sized beds, 3-piece baths, fully equipped kitchenettes, dining/living room area, private hot tubs, BBQ’s and privacy pergolas.

A two-night minimum stay applies in summer season.

During your trip, you can enjoy the many incredible hiking trails in Cape Breton Highlands National Park, which is one of the most beautiful and enchanting parts of Canada. There are a number of campgrounds within the park, but if you’re looking for a more remote experience, True North Destinations has a number of glamping options to choose from.