Join us at Glenaladale Estate and Historic House, with 530 acres of mixed woods and farmland, a disc golf course, and beautiful trail network on Tracadie Bay. This summer Glenaladale is celebrating its first generational anniversary as a non-profit Estate! In 1772, 250 years ago, Tracadie saw the arrival of Scottish Catholic Highlanders aboard the brig Alexander. Arriving on Island shores under the leadership of Scottish Laird, Captain John MacDonald, Glenaladale has been connected to our Island’s earliest communities including the Mi’kmaq, Acadians, Scots and Irish. Glenaladale is working to regenerate the site as a true community space and an essential destination where visitors can feel at home. You’ll enjoy hearing about Glenaladale’s MacDonald and MacKinnon families with a House tour, find a local treat at our School House, and enjoy a quiet walk on the waterfront grounds. We are sure you’ll want to come back again! Check out our Glenaladale Festival between June 25th- July 3rd celebrating 250 years with live music, workshops, and more!