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Brome Lake is located in the old and beautiful village of Knowlton, a landmark of the Eastern Townships, and voted many times as one of the most beautiful villages in Quebec. This corner of the country is reminiscent of a New England where French is spoken, while preserving a unique, welcoming and generous personality.

Activities for every season

Living in this area, you can be in Sherbrooke in 45 minutes, Montreal in one hour or even Vermont in less than 90 minutes.

While these destinations are tempting, you won’t be bored at home, no matter what time of year it is! Between Le Tour du Lac Brome, the Brome Lake High Lights Festival, the Brome Lake Public Market, the Festival and the month of the duck, the Polar Fest at Douglass Beach, ice fishing in the Domaine des Érables, skating or the proximity of the region’s ski slopes and golf courses, you will have plenty to do!

And if you want to relax, you can always taste wine at Léon Courville, the winemaker, honey directly from the beekeeper, drink a coffee at Le Bolt Café, or eat a curry at Chez Moi Chez Toi!

Activities for every season

A lake and seven villages

A lake and seven villages

Brome Lake is a town of more than 5,600 inhabitants with, in its center, one of the last traces of what was once the Champlain Sea, Brome Lake.

Brome Lake is a town with a 14 km² lake, but it is above all, since 1971, the fusion of seven villages that are scattered all around the lake.

Knowlton is one of the most imposing and one of the twenty most beautiful villages in Quebec. Its Loyalist heritage makes it special. The Knowlton Inn, in operation since 1849, is the oldest inn in the Eastern Townships and the Historical Society’s museum and heritage tour immerse its inhabitants in the atmosphere of yesteryear. Knowlton is also the commercial and artistic center of the Town of Brome Lake. On the shores of the lake, you can enjoy the marina, the architecture of the ancestral houses and the surrounding trails. Summer and winter alike, you can enjoy wandering between the animations in Coldbrook Park, the stalls of the various antique shops or attending one of the performances planned by the Brome Lake Theatre.

Fullford and Foster, on the other hand, are located on the north side of the lake and allow access to all water activities in a few minutes!

East Hill and West Brome, at the northern end of Brome Lake, as well as Bondville and Iron Hill, located on the western side of the lake, offer a quiet life in the heart of a natural setting where you can marvel at the scenery.

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