Participants in Coaticook
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Tastefully designed by the perfectionist owner ... our 14 ready-to-camp sites all have a fully equipped summer kitchen and a large covered gallery. Superb hotel rooms in the forest, including 3 really special and exclusive ... We look forward to welcome you!
#298947- At Clair de Lune, you may sleep, cool down, have fun, relax, meditate and eat well. Clair de Lune is located across from Foresta Lumina, close to the downtown area. You will enjoy a breathtaking view from the suspended bridge.
712, rue Child, Coaticcook J1A 2C2
#296193- Built on private grounds, this paradise boasts all the amenities you may need, including a spa, a babyfoot table and a large screened veranda. An opportunity to spend an unforgettable moment as a couple, with family or friends!
29 rue Iberville, Coaticook (Québec) J1A 2L2
#295878- Ecological and futuristic. Super-yurts and other exceptional accommodations. Located at 500 m from the Parc de la Gorge. Enjoy outdoor pleasures, snowshoeing and friendly hosts... To be discovered!
The museum has its premises in a sumptuous historical home. Come and discover enriching themed exhibitions. In summer, you will be charmed by the English-style tearoom.
English tea service on the château’s porch | Various pastries on Wednesdays, scones on Thursdays and Fridays. Museum visits are possible then.
Located in the old Saint Marc presbytery dating from 1860 and in vernacular style, Couette et Café Pont Rouge will delight you with its unique character. Pont Rouge offers in a trendy and current decor two spacious rooms with electronic lock, private bathroom, continental breakfast of local products served in an elegant private dinette and this with predetermined schedule in order to be the only occupants of the space during the lunch.
Discover our creative cuisine. Daily lunch and bistro menu from 11 a.m. Paninis, pit-zas, pastas, salads, nachos, chicken wings and finger foods... Table d’hôte and grilled meats after 5 p.m. Steaks, ribs, seafood... Imported and craft beers, wine, espresso coffee. Heated terrace.
From land to bread, we serve pastries, breads, sandwiches, coffees and showcase products from local businesses.
385, rue Child, Coaticook
To appreciate the best of what nature has to offer... An 18-hole course for the entire family, set in a picturesque decor. Located only a few minutes from the downtown area. Pro shop, driving range, restaurant, terrasse and bar.
Traditional French, Quebec and family inspired cuisine. Salads, poutines, nachos, paninis, pastas, chicken, fish, mussels, steaks, homemade desserts. Discover our Coaticook to savour and share menu or our evening local products table d’hôte. Gluten-free and vegetarian dishes – Evening dairy bar.
The past and the present Coaticook's industrial llife.
Available in french only at the Tourist Information Office.
Butcher shop at the farm.
U-pick blueberries in season.
Open year-round | Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. AND Saturday: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Single or tandem kayak, pedal boat rentals 7 days a week. Outdoor aquatic activities for the entire family or among friends in an enchanting setting at Baldwin’s Mount Pinacle.
Our delicious cheeses are made with fresh and finest quality milk. Fresh cheese curds available daily. Cheddar, mozzarella, salted cheese and Capricook goat cheese. Discover over 20 flavours of our famous ice cream.
Sail through history while touring Coaticook cemeteries! This self-guided visit, with photographs and archives will take you to ten different cemeteries while ghosts relate their memoirs.
Free download on BaladoDiscovery.
Honey products sampling and educational information about the mysterious world of bees.
Daily: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. from July to Labor Day.
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. from
September to June.
Guided tours upon reservation.
A 7-km (round trip) hiking trail will lead you to the summit where you can appreciate the magnificent Lake Lyster and surrounding mountains. New pricing $ 6/17 and over, free for MRC residents. Buy your tickets online https://parchfbaldwin.com/r%C3%A9servation or on site at the Halte du Pinacle. Be aware, you may see peregrine falcons who adopted this mountain to nest. Fun for all!
#290813- New luxurious rooms with two fully adapted for reduced mobility persons. Located 5 minutes walk from downtown Coaticook and shuttle to Foresta Lumina.
#45603- This 20-room motel was recently renovated and now includes a suite. All rooms are equipped with a refrigerator, a microwave oven and a coffee maker. Large garden space with lounge chairs. Located only 10 minutes from Parc de la Gorge.
Activities for everyone: showshoeing, fatbike, Yukigassen... THE snowball fight, skating, ice climbing. Winter campground, shelter, Imago tents, snowmobile and ATV relay.
#205796-Certified 4-stars (182 serviced or unserviced campsites – summer and winter). Campers may take advantage of several outdoor activities, such as hiking, Foresta Lumina, mountain biking, pool, water games, farmhouse and more. Winter camping available.
Discover the most sophisticated hatchery in North America. Fish in our ponds or the river and cook your catch on our grill. Ice fishing in winter.
Cycling in the city, means 15 km (9.3 mi.) of trails spread over 3 axis to better appreciate the urban charm of Coaticook.
Family-style restaurant. Pizzas, BBQ and fried chicken, poutines. Daily specials, reception hall, bar meal service, outdoor terrace. Dairy bar; Laiterie de Coaticook’s products.
Family restaurant with a beautiful large rear terrace. Healthy and tasty homemade breakfasts and dinners. Croissants, sandwiches, gyros, subs, salads, hot meals, desserts. Mario is the king of soup.
28 Rue Main O, Coaticook, QC J1A 1P2
Sushi Shop is a creative, responsible and progressive enterprise. With an appreciation for sushi and life, the personnel is dedicated to sharing this passion with customers. Taste the Coaticook sushi, a combination of apple, honey and smoked trout. Bring your wine!
81 rue Child Coaticook, Québec, J1A 2B2
A tourist route to discover the most beautiful landscapes of the Eastern Townships as well as our American and British heritage.
Dans les Cantons-de-l'Est
These next businesses are unfortunately closed for now.
Place Tillotson, corner Child and Main. See the outside wall come to life under your eyes! Stroll through the downtown area and visit Child street attractive shops, enjoy a drink or a meal on a terrace.
Until 11 p.m
Place Tillotson, angle Child et Main
Take part of the Coaticook lights up
Centre-ville de Coaticook
Appreciate the park’s panoramic views on your fatbike. Permanent 12-km trail shared with snowshoers. Rental of fatbike upon reservation.
Ice climbing is made possible on frozen rocky sidewalls in the heart of the enchanting scenery at Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook
Cross-country skiing: 30 km of trails through the undergrowth for skiers of all levels. Rest at one of two rustic shelters. Four groomed snowshoe trails.
Season and daily tickets on sale at Légufruits, Foyer du Sport and Parc de la Gorge.
Summer program of creative arts and crafts workshops for adults. Close to nature. This summer, enjoy Vacances Arts Nature!