The oldest remaining
lighthouse on mainland New Brunswick...
While at Cape Enrage, you can visit the Lighthouse
built in 1848, hike the beautiful coastline, explore the Cape Enrage
Beach or take part in a guided adventure. Whether the sun
shines, or the fog rolls in, you will be moved by the rugged, remote
beauty of this turbulent jut of land.
The Lighthouse is located off Route 915, approximately
20 minutes from Alma. A cautionary note though, if you are
towing a trailer, or driving a large RV, the last kilometer of the
road, just past the Cape Enrage pebble beach, is twisted, narrow and
steep in places.
Cape Enrage is definitely a 'must
see' on your Bay of Fundy vacation.
their adventure website
yourself as you dangle by a rope over the waters of the Bay
of Fundy. Take part in one of the Cape Enrage rappelling
adventures and feel the exuberant rush of adrenaline as you step over
the side of a sheer rock face, one that was heaved to an almost
vertical position millions of years ago.
say fear is not your middle name? Then relax quietly on the
veranda of the tearoom at the lighthouse keeper's dwelling.
Enjoy a delicious bowl of Fundy Fish Chowder and allow one of the
personable summer students employed here to wait on you, or browse the
unique local treasures found in the on-site gift shop.
Camps for young and old alike...
Adventure Camps available for youth or adults each
weekend.....join up and learn rappelling, climbing, kayaking or
Cape Enrage is open daily from dawn to dusk
beginning in May on the Victoria Day/Memorial Day weekend and then
closes the Labour Day weekend in September. Located 15 km east of Alma
on Route 915 or 17 km west of Riverside-Albert on Route 915.
can email Cape Enrage Adventures at email@example.com
Telephone (506)887-2273; or visit their website at
story of Perseverance and Achievement...
A point of interest to note is that the restorative work at Cape
Enrage was initiated several years ago by a local high school teacher
with a love and appreciation of our heritage and has been carried out
entirely by local students under his supervision. When you visit, make
sure you ask one of the students to fill you in on the
details.....it's quite a story of achievement.
Photos this page courtesy of Dennison Tate