Attractions

Attractions

When it comes to natural beauty the Community of Inverness has it all – rolling green hills, rugged coastline, a beautiful golden sandy beach that meets the warm waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, a scenic fishing harbour, boardwalk and spectacular sunsets. While the beauty of our community is our number one attraction, there is so much to see and do to enhance and maximize your visit, all at your own pace, choose the adventure that is right for you.

Ned MacDonald Memorial Ball Field

Inverness has a lovely ball field which has been named in memory of the late Ned MacDonald, a long-serving municipal councillor in Inverness County the field gives residents a natural place in which to play, relax and build community life as baseball and softball have always been popular pastimes in Inverness for all ages. The…

Dr. Bernie MacLean Cultural and Recreation Centre

If the beach is the heart of the community from April-October, from November –March the Dr. Bernie MacLean Cultural and Recreation Centre is the epicentre of Inverness for young and old. The arena overflows with community spirit, committed volunteers and lots of hot chocolate. Featuring Canada’s pastime and the passion of Inverness HOCKEY! From Initiation…

Banks Road School House

Hard to beat a movie night under the stars, the Banks Road Schoolhouse is located on Banks Road in Inverness and hosts free outdoor movie nights every Monday-Thursday of the summer. You can watch from your vehicle like a classic drive-in theatre or cozy up on a blanket or lawn chair on the grass. The…

Gillis Mountain Trail Rides

Whether you an experienced horse rider or an absolute newbie, you will love our Horse Riding Trails. Erin Gillis will guide you through the most unforgettable scenery in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Discover horseback riding fun for the whole family! Located at the foot of the Cape Breton Highlands (a part of the Appalachian…

Inverness Village Market

The Inverness Village Market is located in the heart of beautiful Inverness and features a diverse range of local food and craft vendors. Products range from sea glass jewellery and local produce to handmade greeting cards and locally made jams and jellies. Visitors can tour the market stalls, enjoy live music, and delight in a…
Cabot Trail

Additional Attractions

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