This festival features outdoor art events on the Colline de la Croix Lumineuse in Lac Mégantic, a unique natural setting. The Colline festival returns from August 10 to 13, 2023, with the participation of Daniel Bélanger, Lisa LeBlanc, and Jean-Michel Blais.
A new outdoor experience in the Eastern Townships that takes you on excursions under the stars, and, as a bonus, lets you learn about astronomy, photography, light pollution, the Milky Way and other fascinating topics. We also offer accommodations and group activities.
Located in Maison Laplante, the cultural centre adds a heritage interest to its cultural mission. In fact, Maison Laplante is one of the oldest buildings in Weedon.
A unique voyage from the Earth to the stars! Come and enjoy the unique experience of stargazing in the heart of the first international dark sky reserve.
Whether you’re looking for a bite to eat with friends, to enjoy a musical atmosphere or to simply discover this unique place, be sure to stop at Musi-Café during your stay in the region!
Here are two tourist routes that you can take to discover the town of Lac-Mégantic on foot. Take a break before continuing your adventure on Summit Drive!
The Parc des Aînés municipal rest stop, dotted with historical panels, is a rest area for everyone. You can play pétanque and horseshoes there.
This panoramic rest stop gives you an incredible view of Mont Mégantic. It’s one of the most beautiful stretches of Summit Drive!
Catch your breath at this municipal rest stop if you’re biking or taking the Mini Compostelle route.
Halte Desjardins is a small park located in the centre of the village of Saint-Adrien. It includes a pavilion with a picnic table and night lighting powered by solar energy.
You need to stop at Woburn! First, test your watch and have fun with the giant sundial.
Parc des Vétérans is located in the heart of downtown and provides an exceptional view of the lake, with Mont Mégantic in the background.
Ready to add this stop to your adventure? Whatever the season, Station touristique Baie-des-Sables will exceed your expectations!
This rest stop will enchant you with its view of the lake and Mount Morne.
This rest stop is the starting point for the Sentier Un Lac au Sommet, one of the starring attractions of the Summit Drive trails. Have fun!
Discover artists from all over in the unique former Anglican chapel of St. Barnabas. The chapel is an intimate setting with only 60 seats, where there’s magic between the artists and the audience.
Lots of activities await you at the Centre d’interprétation at the former gold mine on Ruisseau Mining. A marked trail (3.5 km, or 7 km round trip) and a suspended footbridge will take you to the abandoned gold mine.
Whether you’re taking a drive by yourself, with your family or with friends, a short stop before you arrive at the Côte des Lignes is a must. Ready for a little fun?