Steeped in an agricultural past, Les Cèdres is a town known for its farms and local products. A drive down any of the long, straight roads that cross through farmland will bring visitors to the doors of local producers selling farm-fresh eggs, veggies, flowers, fruit, honey, and meat. Active types can cycle along the Soulanges Canal or use one of the boat launches down on the lakeside, or be really adventurous and take flying lessons at the Les Cèdres airport on Highway 20. In town, visitors will find charming restaurants and bakeries, as well as a picture-perfect waterside church and views along the Soulanges Canal. The lovely setting is ideal for weddings, family reunions, or even for a romantic picnic
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