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THE MUSEUM WILL REMAIN CLOSED FOR THE 2020 SEASON DUE TO OUR INABILITY TO ALLOW FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING.
The museum will reopen on June 1, 2021.
Cape LaHave Island is the largest of the LaHave Islands and was named by Samuel de Champlain when he landed in Green Bay in 1604. The Island does not have any private land; it is publicly owned and used and is a popular camping destination of many locals today. The Island can only be accessed by boat.
Some scenic views of Cape LaHave Island’s coast and beaches.
A pond located on the Island