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Mawiomi Grounds

Gesgapegiag is one of two First Nations reserves on the South shore of the Gaspésie, most of whom are of Mi'kmaq ancestry.Together, their elected Chiefs advance ancestral claims to selfgovernment and to the traditional territory called Gespe'gewa'gi ('Kespékewáki), the last land.

Chalets de l'Anse Sainte-Hélène

This beautiful chalet property features a guest terrace. A refrigerator and a stove are offered in each unique cottage. Pin Rouge ski resort is 9 km away. A lounge includes a cable TV and a sofa in cottages at Chalets de l’Anse Ste Helene. A microwave, a coffee maker, and a dining area are offered. Select cottages feature full kitchen facilities.

Kateri Tekakwitha Church

Take some time to visit our newly renovated Gesgapegiag Kateri Tekakwitha Church. This teepee shaped church is the only one on the Gaspe Peninsula displaying some of the most beautiful Micmac artwork around.

Relais de la Cache

The building located in the heart of the Gaspésie, on the road to the Gaspésie Park, is well known to hunters and snowmobilers who stop there to eat or refuel. If you like the backwoods and mountainous landscapes, you might be interested in visiting Le Relais de la Cache just off of Route 299.


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Legend of the

Pukulatmuj The Legend is about a long lost legend, told by the micmac natives of the Gesgapegiag community. The story tells of a supernatural creature called a pukulatmuj, living on the top of mount Saint-Joseph in Carleton.

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