Joe's Scarecrow Village, also known simply as Joe's Scarecrows, was a roadside attraction located in Cap LeMoine near Cheticamp, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. The village was founded in 1984 by the late Joe Delaney and later run by his son Chester Delaney before closing in 2011.
Joe's Scarecrow Village was a collection of scarecrows located in a field beside the Cabot Trail, a Cape Breton highway with a high volume of tourists. The scarecrows were dressed in a variety of costumes, including fisherman, a wedding party, school children, celebrities and politicians. Joe Delaney, the attraction's creator, described the costumes as being similar to those traditionally worn by local Acadians for mi-carême festivities. The scarecrows were labelled with names and descriptions, with some of the scarecrows being memorials to local people. The Village featured a souvenir shop and snackbar. The attraction did not charge admission but accepted donations for the ongoing maintenance of the project.