138, rue Principale
Saint-Adelme, Québec G0J 2B0
Phone: 418 733-4044
Founded in 1916 as part of a religious mission, Saint-Adelme officially becomes a municipality in 1933. Around 500 people live in Saint-Adelme nowadays. Located at the border of the Chic-Chocs Mountains, the municipality covers a 102 35 km2 area. It is considered sheer heaven for hunting, fishing and motor sports lovers. Saint-Adelme overflows with beautiful scenery.
In recent years, the village had a makeover, upgraded its roads, infrastructures, and brought its water up to standard. Those developments display the citizen’s commitment in evolving in a dynamic environment. The local theatre, Le Théâtre du Bedeau, is a shining example of the village’s cultural notoriety. Their stage productions also attract many tourists, therefore encouraging the local economy.
Taking the 8th route in Saint-Adelme can lead to many breathtaking vantage points of the Chic-Chocs Mountains. Some of the highlights include:
Activities: Park, Ice Skating Rink, Cross-country Skiing Trail, Summer Stock Theater.
Services: Post Office, Convenience Store, Gym, Snowmobile Stop, Restaurant, Gas Station.