Cap-Pelé is situated in Westmorland County on Northumberland Strait, near Shediac, between Dupuis Corner and Petit-Cap. Founded in 1780, the Village of Cap-Pelé thrives on fishing and fish processing. Smoked herring processed in this village accounts for 95% of the total production in Atlantic Canada. Aquaculture features mussel and trout farms. Additional economic activities include manufacturing windows, floors, and boxes. Cap-Pelé is rich in Acadian heritage and offers a wide range of cultural and recreational activities. This village is host to various festivals, such as the Fishermens Festival, the Frolic, the Heart of Acadia Festival, and the Snowball Winter Carnival.
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Anchor Hatches by P&E Manufacturing
Manufacturer of watertight marine hatches for fishing boats, yachts, sailboats and other vessels. Also supplies grab rails, boat shafts and accessories.
Two story farm house and cottages for rent. Offers details of accommodations, photo gallery and a description of the area. [English/French]
Cap-Pele Lions Club
A community service organization, it is in District 41 of the Lions. Lists meetings, officers, activities and links.
Parc de l'Aboiteau Park
The park offers forty cottages on the shore of Aboiteau Beach. Lists park information, accommodations, beach, activities, attractions, map and restaurant.
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