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Black Brook Beach  

One of Cape Breton's most popular beaches because of its picturesque setting

If you travel the Cabot Trail in a clockwise fashion (Baddeck to Margaree to Cheticamp, etc.) Black Brook Beach, in Cape Breton Highlands National Park, is 8 km south of Neil's Harbour. If you are traveling counterclockwise (Baddeck to St. Ann's to Ingonish, etc.)  you will come to Black Brook, once you leave Ingonish, in about 10 minutes.

From the Parks Canada website:

A small beach embraced by a headland on one side. Like Ingonish Beach, the sand is washed away each winter and redeposited each spring! Black Brook cuts the beach in two. Over the course of the year, the sandspit at the mouth of the brook shifts continuously, dependent on the tides and currents. Park your vehicle in the paved lot north of Black Brook.

Services include: Washrooms, change rooms, kitchen shelter, playground and picnic area. No surf guards on duty.

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