Nova Scotia Beaches: North Bay Beach, Ingonish

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North Bay Beach Cape Breton Nova Scotia

North Bay Beach Cape Breton Nova ScotiaSummer is coming! What better way to get ready than with a series of posts on one of the best summer adventures, THE BEACH!  Read on to hear about North Bay Beach in Ingonish, Cape Breton, or click on the links below to find more amazing Nova Scotia Beaches.
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This beach is best for those who like a quieter beach day.  It is a beautiful beach with access to the ocean, but no freshwater access.  What you give up in amenities you gain back in space.  It is a large stretch of beach that also plays home to many bird species and dune vegetation.

 

Cape Breton Beaches Salt Water

 

This beach is unsupervised, but there are washrooms and change rooms nearby, as well as a small picnic area.  There are also some nice trails in the area if you are up for a short hike.

 

Waterfall on North Bay Beach Cape Breton

 

Click on the video below for a short virtual tour of this beach:

Planning a beach vacation? Here are some nearby hotels and inns:
Keltic Lodge
Seascape Coastal Retreat
Glenghorm Resort

 

More NS Beaches and Lakes:
Taylor Head Beach, Eastern Shore
Chocolate Lake Beach
Lakeside
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