Boularderie Island

Boularderie Island is Nova Scotia's second largest island after Cape Breton Island which separate the Cabot Strait from Bras d'Or Lake on the eastern coast of Cape Breton Island. It takes its name from Louis-Simon le Poupet de la Boularderie, who was granted the area as a concession from the King of France.
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Boularderie East, NS | (902) 674-0973

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New Harris, NS | (902) 674-2145

We are a beautiful family campground, nestled on the shore of the Bras d'Or Lakes. All our sites are terraced, and overlooking the...

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Boularderie, NS | (902) 674-2418

We are 35 minutes east of Baddeck, at the bottom of Kelly's mountain on the beautiful scenic shores of the Bras d'Or lakes. The...

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Big Bras D'or, NS | (902) 565-8907

Go for a 2 minute walk along the shore to the Factory Wharf and buy lobster or crab (in season) from the fishermen bring them in...

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Boularderie, NS | (902) 674-2473

Kelly's View Motel is centrally located, within easy driving distance from the best attractions on the island including Fortress...

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