At the North end of Chéticamp we find the western gateway to Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Here you can admire some of the finest scenery in Northeastern America. Cape Breton Highlands National Park protects 950 square kilometers of magnificent highlands and coastal wilderness. Sightsee along the world famous Cabot Trail that runs through the park and explore some of the last remaining protected wilderness in Nova Scotia while strolling along picturesque valleys and ocean coves.
Centre la Mi-Carême
Display of locally crafted masks and exhibits depicting the evolution of one of the oldest Acadian traditions, "La Mi-Carême", which is still celebrated in the area every winter.
Discover the beauty on our beaches, land sites, light house and trails on the beautiful Chéticamp Island situated directly across from the Acadian village.
You will be sure to notice the surrounding ocean pounding against the rocky cliffs, the many species of birds, cattle grazing and not to mention the picturesque view of Chéticamp from across the bay.
La Plage Saint Pierre
St-Pierre Camping is located 3.5 KM off the Cabot Trail just to the south of the Acadian village of Chéticamp. This spectacular beach and campground offers a vacation for the whole family to enjoy while visiting and touring the Cabot Trail.
Le Portage Golf Club
Enjoy the spectacular course which has been forged from the forest, fields and farmland of the Chéticamp Highlands. Our nine hole, par 36, 3370 yard (back nine, par 36, 3381 yard with the 18 holes being par 72 with 6751 yards) challenging course is one of Cape Breton's fabulous foursome, the finest quartet of golfing experiences on our majestic Island.
Les Trois Pignons
Visit Les Trois Pignons for a special view into Acadian culture and the history of Chéticamp, a stunning collection of hooked rugs and antiquities, genealogy resource centre and library, and a full range of visitor information services.
St. Joseph du Moine’s Windmill
St. Peters Church
Chéticamp's local Catholic church, l'Église Saint-Pierre, is an imposing and impressive monument. With its architecture, frescoes and stained glass windows, it is one of the most beautiful churches in the Maritime Provinces. Just as this majestic monument stands for faith and perseverance of the people, Chéticamp residents represent the spirit and the vitality of the village.