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Driftwood Harbour Lighthouse

Beaches

Located in the heart of L’Acadie, Aboiteau Beach a must for vacationers! An eco‑responsible treasure, known for its accessibility, cleanliness and safety, Aboiteau Beach has been awarded the Blue Flag certification since 2018 & the 1st Blue Flag-certified beach in New Brunswick. A blue flag is an international award given to beaches that meet high environmental, safety, and cleanliness standards. A picturesque place where your family will fall in love with golden sand, salty waves and majestic dunes, you will enjoy the warmest waters in the North of the State of Virginia.
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L'aboiteau Beach
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Located in the heart of L’Acadie, Aboiteau Beach a must for vacationers! An eco‑responsible treasure, known for its accessibility, cleanliness and safety, Aboiteau Beach has been awarded the Blue Flag certification since 2018 & the 1st Blue Flag-certified beach in New Brunswick. A blue flag is an international award given to beaches that meet high environmental, safety, and cleanliness standards. A picturesque place where your family will fall in love with golden sand, salty waves and majestic dunes, you will enjoy the warmest waters in the North of the State of Virginia.
One of North America’s finest beaches, Parlee boasts the warmest salt water in Canada and has been awarded the Blue Flag international eco-certification. Nearby you'll also find shopping centres and boutiques, marinas, restaurants, accommodations, cultural activities and the World’s Largest Lobster sculpture. Come spend an enjoyable day in the sun at one of the most happening beaches around!
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Parlee Beach Road
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One of North America’s finest beaches, Parlee boasts the warmest salt water in Canada and has been awarded the Blue Flag international eco-certification. Nearby you'll also find shopping centres and boutiques, marinas, restaurants, accommodations, cultural activities and the World’s Largest Lobster sculpture. Come spend an enjoyable day in the sun at one of the most happening beaches around!

Sightseeing

The Giant Lobster is one of Atlantic Canada's best-known landmarks and most photographed attractions—300,000 visitors flock to Shediac each year and almost everyone makes a stop at the Rotary Park to take a look at the WORLD'S LARGEST LOBSTER. Why is it called the World's Largest Lobster? Because the sculpture weighs around 90 tonnes; the lobster alone weighs 55 tonnes while the pedestal weighs around 35 tonnes. The monument stands at 11 m (35 ft.) in length, 5 m (16 ft.) in width and 5 m (16 ft.) in height.
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Giant Lobster
229 Main St
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The Giant Lobster is one of Atlantic Canada's best-known landmarks and most photographed attractions—300,000 visitors flock to Shediac each year and almost everyone makes a stop at the Rotary Park to take a look at the WORLD'S LARGEST LOBSTER. Why is it called the World's Largest Lobster? Because the sculpture weighs around 90 tonnes; the lobster alone weighs 55 tonnes while the pedestal weighs around 35 tonnes. The monument stands at 11 m (35 ft.) in length, 5 m (16 ft.) in width and 5 m (16 ft.) in height.
The Smokehouse Museum will inform you from everything to the history of smoking fish to the modern day practice. With the aid of wall mounted panels, old pictures, videos, old tools and equipment used in a smokehouse, this museum is a site designed to preserve the evolution the smokehouse industry has undergone over the past decade. Today, there are still over 20 smokehouses in the Cap-Pelé area and over 95% of Canada’s smoked herring production originates in Cap-Pelé.
Smokehouse Museum
2463 Acadie Road
The Smokehouse Museum will inform you from everything to the history of smoking fish to the modern day practice. With the aid of wall mounted panels, old pictures, videos, old tools and equipment used in a smokehouse, this museum is a site designed to preserve the evolution the smokehouse industry has undergone over the past decade. Today, there are still over 20 smokehouses in the Cap-Pelé area and over 95% of Canada’s smoked herring production originates in Cap-Pelé.
Bas-Cap-Pelé Wharf Niles Street Route 950, Bas-Cap-Pelé Bring your chairs! Near the Bas-Cap-Pelé Wharf, spectacular Bas-Cap-Pelé cliffs are accessible for walking and watching our breathtaking sunsets.
Bas-Cap-Pelé
Bas-Cap-Pelé Wharf Niles Street Route 950, Bas-Cap-Pelé Bring your chairs! Near the Bas-Cap-Pelé Wharf, spectacular Bas-Cap-Pelé cliffs are accessible for walking and watching our breathtaking sunsets.
Cape Jourimain is a state-of-the-art eco-centre located within a 621-hectare National Wildlife Area. Enjoy over 12-km of magnificent nature trails, an historic 19th-century lighthouse, a boutique filled with local wares, an extensive exhibit hall, and more. Stand upon the shores of the Northumberland Strait as you look upon the world-famous Confederation Bridge or climb our four-story observation tower to capture the perfect picture. Rich in history and natural splendor, you'll be amazed as you participate in a guided tour on the Jourimain iceboats or go bird watching along our beautiful beach. Step inside our stately lighthouse or cool off with an ice cream at our café. At Cape Jourimain, there's something for everyone, Take a walk on the wild side and make Cape Jourimain the next destination on your summer bucket list!
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Cape Jourimain Nature Centre
5039 NB-16
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Cape Jourimain is a state-of-the-art eco-centre located within a 621-hectare National Wildlife Area. Enjoy over 12-km of magnificent nature trails, an historic 19th-century lighthouse, a boutique filled with local wares, an extensive exhibit hall, and more. Stand upon the shores of the Northumberland Strait as you look upon the world-famous Confederation Bridge or climb our four-story observation tower to capture the perfect picture. Rich in history and natural splendor, you'll be amazed as you participate in a guided tour on the Jourimain iceboats or go bird watching along our beautiful beach. Step inside our stately lighthouse or cool off with an ice cream at our café. At Cape Jourimain, there's something for everyone, Take a walk on the wild side and make Cape Jourimain the next destination on your summer bucket list!
Ange de Cap-Pelé: The Angel of Cap-Pelé Monument is associated primarily with the fact that it is one of the few monuments located on a public highway in Canada. In 1935, Donat Robichaud, the parish priest, obtained a permit from the then highway engineer authorizing him to place the angel monument on its current site. The angel statue, which is made of concrete, is the work of an unknown artist from Quebec. It is representative of the religious art of the Roman Catholic faith in the early 20th century. Early in the summer of 1935, brothers Willie and Fred Dupuis, two well-known stonecutters from Shediac, began work on the pedestal. The stone for the pedestal came from the Beaumont quarry, in Westmorland County. Originally, Father Donat Robichaud and the parishioners wanted to openly express their faith through the monument and thus place the region’s two core industries – fishing and agriculture – under the protection of divine forces. Thereafter, oral tradition maintains that the angel protected all of the soldiers from Cap-Pelé parish who fought in World War II. As Father Donat Robichaud had predicted, no local soldiers died on the battlefields despite the fact that a large number of men served and some were seriously injured.
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Cap-Pelé
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Ange de Cap-Pelé: The Angel of Cap-Pelé Monument is associated primarily with the fact that it is one of the few monuments located on a public highway in Canada. In 1935, Donat Robichaud, the parish priest, obtained a permit from the then highway engineer authorizing him to place the angel monument on its current site. The angel statue, which is made of concrete, is the work of an unknown artist from Quebec. It is representative of the religious art of the Roman Catholic faith in the early 20th century. Early in the summer of 1935, brothers Willie and Fred Dupuis, two well-known stonecutters from Shediac, began work on the pedestal. The stone for the pedestal came from the Beaumont quarry, in Westmorland County. Originally, Father Donat Robichaud and the parishioners wanted to openly express their faith through the monument and thus place the region’s two core industries – fishing and agriculture – under the protection of divine forces. Thereafter, oral tradition maintains that the angel protected all of the soldiers from Cap-Pelé parish who fought in World War II. As Father Donat Robichaud had predicted, no local soldiers died on the battlefields despite the fact that a large number of men served and some were seriously injured.
For thousands of years, the massive tides of the Bay of Fundy have been patiently sculpting their masterpiece in Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick. With over twenty free-standing sea stacks peppered along two kilometers of shoreline, no Atlantic Canadian vacation is complete without experiencing these icons. And just when you think you’ve seen it all, wait six hours as the Ocean Floor transforms in ways you wouldn’t have believed possible. Our sea stacks (also known as flowerpots) come in an astounding variety of sizes and shapes. Guests need only gaze upon them to understand why they were given the whimsical names of Elephant, Bear, Dinosaur, ET, and even Mother-in-Law.
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Hopewell Rocks Park
131 Discovery Rd
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For thousands of years, the massive tides of the Bay of Fundy have been patiently sculpting their masterpiece in Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick. With over twenty free-standing sea stacks peppered along two kilometers of shoreline, no Atlantic Canadian vacation is complete without experiencing these icons. And just when you think you’ve seen it all, wait six hours as the Ocean Floor transforms in ways you wouldn’t have believed possible. Our sea stacks (also known as flowerpots) come in an astounding variety of sizes and shapes. Guests need only gaze upon them to understand why they were given the whimsical names of Elephant, Bear, Dinosaur, ET, and even Mother-in-Law.
The Bay of Fundy is one of the 7 wonders of North America. The highest tides on earth, the rarest whales in the world, semi-precious minerals and dinosaur fossils; all this convinced an international panel of experts in 2014 to choose the Bay of Fundy as one of the natural wonders of the world. Located halfway between the equator and the north-pole on Canada’s stunning east coast, Fundy is a unique coastal environment. The Bay of Fundy is renowned not only for its tides but also for geological discoveries (dinosaur fossils) and marine life (whales). A visit to this special place will reward you with the world’s highest tides plus billion-year-old coastlines and every kind of experience: wet, wild, and sophisticated. Bike, hike, or drive along the Fundy Trail; rappel down craggy cliffs at Cape Enrage; set up camp at Fundy National Park. If you want to swim, New River Beach Provincial Park and Herring Cove Provincial Park are perfect spots for a dip.
Bay of Fundy
The Bay of Fundy is one of the 7 wonders of North America. The highest tides on earth, the rarest whales in the world, semi-precious minerals and dinosaur fossils; all this convinced an international panel of experts in 2014 to choose the Bay of Fundy as one of the natural wonders of the world. Located halfway between the equator and the north-pole on Canada’s stunning east coast, Fundy is a unique coastal environment. The Bay of Fundy is renowned not only for its tides but also for geological discoveries (dinosaur fossils) and marine life (whales). A visit to this special place will reward you with the world’s highest tides plus billion-year-old coastlines and every kind of experience: wet, wild, and sophisticated. Bike, hike, or drive along the Fundy Trail; rappel down craggy cliffs at Cape Enrage; set up camp at Fundy National Park. If you want to swim, New River Beach Provincial Park and Herring Cove Provincial Park are perfect spots for a dip.
Drive to the bottom of this world-famous hill, take your foot off the brake and be prepared to be amazed. Your car will roll uphill in total defiance of natural law, even as your brain is telling you it's simply not possible! This attraction is a completely natural phenomenon - unique to this area.
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Magnetic Hill
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Drive to the bottom of this world-famous hill, take your foot off the brake and be prepared to be amazed. Your car will roll uphill in total defiance of natural law, even as your brain is telling you it's simply not possible! This attraction is a completely natural phenomenon - unique to this area.
The Magnetic Hill Zoo is Atlantic Canada’s leading zoo that educates and inspires conservation action. The Magnetic Hill Zoo houses nearly 600 animals, including 73 indigenous and exotic species. Birds, mammals, insects, reptiles and fish find a comfortable and safe home in this 40-acre park.
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Magnetic Hill Zoo
125 Magic Mountain Rd
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The Magnetic Hill Zoo is Atlantic Canada’s leading zoo that educates and inspires conservation action. The Magnetic Hill Zoo houses nearly 600 animals, including 73 indigenous and exotic species. Birds, mammals, insects, reptiles and fish find a comfortable and safe home in this 40-acre park.
Magic Mountain is Atlantic Canada's Largest Waterpark! Visit SplashZone and cool off in our Wave Pool - an "ocean of motion.” If you feel the need for speed, take a ride on the Kamikaze waterslide. You’ll dive-bomb at a rate of 60 km (37 mi.) an hour! Or try the ProRacer for double the fun. After that, experience the Tornado tube slide or one of the three giant twister slides. For the younger set there’s a kiddie "Splashpad" and a pool with three mini-slides, so they can join in the fun. Relax in the whirlpool or take a smooth ride on an inner tube around the Lazy River. There is also Fun Zone, Golf Zone, and Tek Zone.
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Sihirli Dağ Sıçrama Bölgesi
150 Magic Mountain Rd
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Magic Mountain is Atlantic Canada's Largest Waterpark! Visit SplashZone and cool off in our Wave Pool - an "ocean of motion.” If you feel the need for speed, take a ride on the Kamikaze waterslide. You’ll dive-bomb at a rate of 60 km (37 mi.) an hour! Or try the ProRacer for double the fun. After that, experience the Tornado tube slide or one of the three giant twister slides. For the younger set there’s a kiddie "Splashpad" and a pool with three mini-slides, so they can join in the fun. Relax in the whirlpool or take a smooth ride on an inner tube around the Lazy River. There is also Fun Zone, Golf Zone, and Tek Zone.
The Bay of Fundy is one of the Marine Wonders of the World with tides rising as much as 16.3m (53 vertical feet) over a 12-hour period twice each day. Cape Enrage offers one of the most spectacular views of this natural phenomenon from its towering cliffs. The lighthouse of Cape Enrage was established in 1838 and the light and foghorn are still operational. Cape Enrage is so named for the turbulent waters that pass over the reef which continues southward from the island for nearly a kilometer at low tide and the rough seas can be seen for much farther on windy days as the current and wind are in opposition. It is one of the most hazardous areas for mariners in the upper Bay of Fundy. Cape Enrage lighthouse is one at a cost of the oldest on New Brunswick's Fundy coastline. The original light was built about 1840 at a cost of £600 and was probably a fixed, white light which may have been changed later to a green hazard light. David Tingley sold the land for £50 and allowed a road to be constructed to the Cape at no charge. The Commissioners determined the site to be suitable; it had water, stone for building, some arable land and the point of land reserved for the lighthouse was in direct sight of all points from Rockport southward to St Martins.
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Cape Enrage
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The Bay of Fundy is one of the Marine Wonders of the World with tides rising as much as 16.3m (53 vertical feet) over a 12-hour period twice each day. Cape Enrage offers one of the most spectacular views of this natural phenomenon from its towering cliffs. The lighthouse of Cape Enrage was established in 1838 and the light and foghorn are still operational. Cape Enrage is so named for the turbulent waters that pass over the reef which continues southward from the island for nearly a kilometer at low tide and the rough seas can be seen for much farther on windy days as the current and wind are in opposition. It is one of the most hazardous areas for mariners in the upper Bay of Fundy. Cape Enrage lighthouse is one at a cost of the oldest on New Brunswick's Fundy coastline. The original light was built about 1840 at a cost of £600 and was probably a fixed, white light which may have been changed later to a green hazard light. David Tingley sold the land for £50 and allowed a road to be constructed to the Cape at no charge. The Commissioners determined the site to be suitable; it had water, stone for building, some arable land and the point of land reserved for the lighthouse was in direct sight of all points from Rockport southward to St Martins.

City/town information

St. Andrews is approximately a 3 hour drive away but if you plan on visiting the Bay of Fundy, this town is a must see! St. Andrews is a seaside resort destination nestled along Passamaquoddy Bay in southern New Brunswick. Historic Water Street was awarded the “Great Place in Canada” distinction by the Canadian Institute of Planners, and USA Today named Saint Andrews the best place to visit in Canada. Saint Andrews, or St. Andrews by-the-Sea as it is often called, has long been one of New Brunswick's premier vacation destinations. Whether you check in at the world-famous Algonquin Resort and play a round of golf on the signature golf course designed by Thomas McBroom or choose a seaside cottage, motel, B&B, or bring your RV to the Kiwanis Campground, let Saint Andrews welcome you to our friendly town. Many seaside adventures await! Accompanied by local guides, drive on the ocean floor to Ministers Island at low tide to visit the historic summer home of Sir William Van Horne. Enjoy whale-watching excursions on the Bay of Fundy, or shop in the historic downtown to find that unique treasure made by local artisans. Stroll the 11 ha (27 acres) of Kingsbrae Garden, named one of the Top Ten Public Gardens in Canada.
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St. Andrews
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St. Andrews is approximately a 3 hour drive away but if you plan on visiting the Bay of Fundy, this town is a must see! St. Andrews is a seaside resort destination nestled along Passamaquoddy Bay in southern New Brunswick. Historic Water Street was awarded the “Great Place in Canada” distinction by the Canadian Institute of Planners, and USA Today named Saint Andrews the best place to visit in Canada. Saint Andrews, or St. Andrews by-the-Sea as it is often called, has long been one of New Brunswick's premier vacation destinations. Whether you check in at the world-famous Algonquin Resort and play a round of golf on the signature golf course designed by Thomas McBroom or choose a seaside cottage, motel, B&B, or bring your RV to the Kiwanis Campground, let Saint Andrews welcome you to our friendly town. Many seaside adventures await! Accompanied by local guides, drive on the ocean floor to Ministers Island at low tide to visit the historic summer home of Sir William Van Horne. Enjoy whale-watching excursions on the Bay of Fundy, or shop in the historic downtown to find that unique treasure made by local artisans. Stroll the 11 ha (27 acres) of Kingsbrae Garden, named one of the Top Ten Public Gardens in Canada.
Moncton is the biggest city in New Brunswick about a 35 minute car ride away. Perfectly positioned between the Fundy and Acadian coasts, Moncton’s got just what you need at all the right times. The region is packed with some of the province’s best restaurants and bistros; you can get your arts and culture fill at the Capitol Theatre, Aberdeen Cultural Centre, and Dieppe Arts Centre; take a chance or two at Casino New Brunswick; and yes, you can shop till you drop—Moncton is the Maritimes’ premier shopping destination.
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Moncton
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Moncton is the biggest city in New Brunswick about a 35 minute car ride away. Perfectly positioned between the Fundy and Acadian coasts, Moncton’s got just what you need at all the right times. The region is packed with some of the province’s best restaurants and bistros; you can get your arts and culture fill at the Capitol Theatre, Aberdeen Cultural Centre, and Dieppe Arts Centre; take a chance or two at Casino New Brunswick; and yes, you can shop till you drop—Moncton is the Maritimes’ premier shopping destination.
Walk narrow streets of well-preserved, 19th-century architecture; linger in the historic Saint John City Market and adjacent King’s Square; spend time relaxing in Rockwood Park. There’s no other place in the Maritimes where the urban charms of a vibrant, historic city nestle up against the grand, natural allure of a world-famous bay. Canada’s oldest incorporated city begs to be explored on foot. Uptown Saint John (read: downtown) is a delightful mélange of narrow, steep streets leading to the bay, beautiful old architecture, and every reason to stop for a rest. These charming old buildings house excellent restaurants, funky cafés, creative galleries and shops, theatres, museums, and more. Make a point of stopping in the famous City Market (with a roof that resembles an inverted ship’s hull), and strolling Prince William Street, recognized as having the most continuous collection of Italianate and 2nd Empire buildings in Canada. Situated where the Saint John River meets the Bay of Fundy, the city of Saint John is a haven for nature lovers. Even within the city itself, you’ll fall in love with King’s Square, a charming urban park with a historic bandstand overlooking uptown. The Irving Nature Park is massive, with 11 km (7 mi.) of trails to explore. And Rockwood Park is one of North America’s largest urban parks. Of course, you’ll also want to make a stop at the famous Reversing Falls Rapids, where the tides of the Bay of Fundy actually force the water at the mouth of the Saint John River to reverse its flow.
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Saint John
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Walk narrow streets of well-preserved, 19th-century architecture; linger in the historic Saint John City Market and adjacent King’s Square; spend time relaxing in Rockwood Park. There’s no other place in the Maritimes where the urban charms of a vibrant, historic city nestle up against the grand, natural allure of a world-famous bay. Canada’s oldest incorporated city begs to be explored on foot. Uptown Saint John (read: downtown) is a delightful mélange of narrow, steep streets leading to the bay, beautiful old architecture, and every reason to stop for a rest. These charming old buildings house excellent restaurants, funky cafés, creative galleries and shops, theatres, museums, and more. Make a point of stopping in the famous City Market (with a roof that resembles an inverted ship’s hull), and strolling Prince William Street, recognized as having the most continuous collection of Italianate and 2nd Empire buildings in Canada. Situated where the Saint John River meets the Bay of Fundy, the city of Saint John is a haven for nature lovers. Even within the city itself, you’ll fall in love with King’s Square, a charming urban park with a historic bandstand overlooking uptown. The Irving Nature Park is massive, with 11 km (7 mi.) of trails to explore. And Rockwood Park is one of North America’s largest urban parks. Of course, you’ll also want to make a stop at the famous Reversing Falls Rapids, where the tides of the Bay of Fundy actually force the water at the mouth of the Saint John River to reverse its flow.

Neighbourhoods

Shediac is an Acadian town in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. The town is home to the famous Parlee Beach and is known as the "Lobster Capital of the World". Experience beaches that boast some of the warmest waters north of Virginia. Experience breathtaking sunsets. Experience a unique culture… experience Shediac! Attractions include the Giant Lobster, Shediac Bay Cruises, Quai Pointe-du-Chêne Wharf, Homarus Eco-Centre, downtown Shediac, Shediac Old Train Station, Shediac Market, lobster festival, shopping, and so many amazing restaurants!
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Shediac
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Shediac is an Acadian town in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. The town is home to the famous Parlee Beach and is known as the "Lobster Capital of the World". Experience beaches that boast some of the warmest waters north of Virginia. Experience breathtaking sunsets. Experience a unique culture… experience Shediac! Attractions include the Giant Lobster, Shediac Bay Cruises, Quai Pointe-du-Chêne Wharf, Homarus Eco-Centre, downtown Shediac, Shediac Old Train Station, Shediac Market, lobster festival, shopping, and so many amazing restaurants!
Cap-Pelé is a small fishing village located in Southeastern New Brunswick known for the warmth of its people. This village is without a doubt a rare find for tourists seeking adventure. The richness of the Acadian culture and its heritage contribute in making Cap-Pelé a colourful fishing village. During the herring, scallop and lobster fishing season more than 60 boats unload these delicacies of the sea. Cap-Pelé has built its reputation on the aroma stemming from over thirty smoke houses. In the heart of l’Acadie, violins, singing, dancing and fireworks are all part of the air of celebration that goes on throughout the year. During the summer season, the village’s sandy beaches are among the most beautiful in Eastern Canada and the water is the warmest, north of the Carolinas.
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Cap-Pelé
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Cap-Pelé is a small fishing village located in Southeastern New Brunswick known for the warmth of its people. This village is without a doubt a rare find for tourists seeking adventure. The richness of the Acadian culture and its heritage contribute in making Cap-Pelé a colourful fishing village. During the herring, scallop and lobster fishing season more than 60 boats unload these delicacies of the sea. Cap-Pelé has built its reputation on the aroma stemming from over thirty smoke houses. In the heart of l’Acadie, violins, singing, dancing and fireworks are all part of the air of celebration that goes on throughout the year. During the summer season, the village’s sandy beaches are among the most beautiful in Eastern Canada and the water is the warmest, north of the Carolinas.

Restaurants

Fred's Pizza Shack, Fred's Seafood & Fred's Bakery: Fred’s Restaurant has been serving customers for over 40 years. A proud member of the Cap-Pelé, New Brunswick community since 1973. We also welcomed Pizza Shack in 2019.
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Fred's
2470 Acadie Rd
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Fred's Pizza Shack, Fred's Seafood & Fred's Bakery: Fred’s Restaurant has been serving customers for over 40 years. A proud member of the Cap-Pelé, New Brunswick community since 1973. We also welcomed Pizza Shack in 2019.
(Currently only operating out of a food truck due to a building fire) Chez Camille Take Out has served the Cap-Pelé, New Brunswick ares for over 45 years. They specialize in sea food, chicken, burgers, french fries and more!
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Chez Camille Take Out
2385 Acadie Rd
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(Currently only operating out of a food truck due to a building fire) Chez Camille Take Out has served the Cap-Pelé, New Brunswick ares for over 45 years. They specialize in sea food, chicken, burgers, french fries and more!
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Le Moque-Tortue
402 Main St
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Welcome to our beautiful warf location where the food is amazing just like the view
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Quai Aboiteau Wharf Restaurant and Bar
77 Chem. du Quai
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Welcome to our beautiful warf location where the food is amazing just like the view
Located directly on the Historic Pointe du Chene wharf, adjacent to the Shediac boating marina, The Sandbar and Grill is renowned for its delectable seafood menu, maritime cheer, live entertainment and relaxed, casual atmosphere overlooking Shediac Bay.
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Sandbar
70 Pointe Du Chêne Rd
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Located directly on the Historic Pointe du Chene wharf, adjacent to the Shediac boating marina, The Sandbar and Grill is renowned for its delectable seafood menu, maritime cheer, live entertainment and relaxed, casual atmosphere overlooking Shediac Bay.
We serve from fried clams to chicken wrap.We try to provide a huge variety of different food for different folks!!!Come on down and enjoy a draft beer with Captan's platter or a nice glass of vino with a Grilled Chicken Salad. Friendly atmosphere for all age groups.
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Lobster Deck Eat in & take-out licensed
312 Main St
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We serve from fried clams to chicken wrap.We try to provide a huge variety of different food for different folks!!!Come on down and enjoy a draft beer with Captan's platter or a nice glass of vino with a Grilled Chicken Salad. Friendly atmosphere for all age groups.
Pizza Delight is the perfect place to enjoy delicious pizza, our famous garlic cheese fingers or mouth-watering pasta.
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Pizza Delight
2661 Acadie Rd
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Pizza Delight is the perfect place to enjoy delicious pizza, our famous garlic cheese fingers or mouth-watering pasta.
You can find us in the Shediac area proudly catering to all your seafood addictions.
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The Fisherman
640 Main St
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You can find us in the Shediac area proudly catering to all your seafood addictions.
Excellent Chinese, Thai & Vietnamese food & buffet. Large portions, friendly staff, fresh & delicious food.
Golden Era Restaurant
529 Main Street
Excellent Chinese, Thai & Vietnamese food & buffet. Large portions, friendly staff, fresh & delicious food.
Maison Tait House is a Historic landmark in the seaside town of Shediac, New Brunswick. Our restaurant boasts high end food for those special occasions mixed with casual flare for those looking to enjoy a post beach meal and cocktail.
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Maison Tait House Restaurant
293 Main St
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Maison Tait House is a Historic landmark in the seaside town of Shediac, New Brunswick. Our restaurant boasts high end food for those special occasions mixed with casual flare for those looking to enjoy a post beach meal and cocktail.

Winery

An assortment of delicious wines which are also sold at NB Liquor. There are two locations and one store is located at 239 Babineau Rd, Cap-Pelé. Call to make an apt as the Cap-Pele store may be by apt only. Vinerie DesFruits Winery 239 Babineau Rd. Saint-André-Leblanc, NB E4P 5Z2 506-577-1121 vineriedesfruitswinery@gmail.com
Vinerie DesFruits Winery
239 Babineau Road
An assortment of delicious wines which are also sold at NB Liquor. There are two locations and one store is located at 239 Babineau Rd, Cap-Pelé. Call to make an apt as the Cap-Pele store may be by apt only. Vinerie DesFruits Winery 239 Babineau Rd. Saint-André-Leblanc, NB E4P 5Z2 506-577-1121 vineriedesfruitswinery@gmail.com

Golf

PLAY NEW BRUNSWICK'S ONLY 36 HOLES GOLF COURSE! Since our course is home to two 18 holes courses, you can be sure to find a golf experience to match your skill level. The Pine's front nine offers golfers a variety of challenging holes with a brook that comes into play on four of them. Its back nine, however, is the shortest layout filled with some interesting holes. Accuracy is far more important than distance on this course. Secondly, the River is the newest and toughest layout. A combination of water, trees, doglegs, and distance will give any golfer an interesting challenge.
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Pine Needles Golf & Country Club
44 Glaude Rd
12 yerel halk öneriyor
PLAY NEW BRUNSWICK'S ONLY 36 HOLES GOLF COURSE! Since our course is home to two 18 holes courses, you can be sure to find a golf experience to match your skill level. The Pine's front nine offers golfers a variety of challenging holes with a brook that comes into play on four of them. Its back nine, however, is the shortest layout filled with some interesting holes. Accuracy is far more important than distance on this course. Secondly, the River is the newest and toughest layout. A combination of water, trees, doglegs, and distance will give any golfer an interesting challenge.