Bordering Ontario in the southern part of the region, this town is known for its challenging golf course and beautiful natural setting. A farming community for well over 200 years, the quiet, peaceful nature of the town has changed little as it transformed into a family-oriented community. The local museum offers guests a chance to step back in time and see what farm life was really like in the 19th century, when everything was done by hand. Cyclists can end or start their trip on the Soulanges Canal bike path in Rivière-Beaudette; kayakers of all skill levels will appreciate the waters of the river of the same name. A local hotel gives visitors looking for more than a day exploring the region a place to stay in comfort. Drivers coming from other parts of the country will find this is a great place to stop for the night before heading into or around Montréal on their way east.
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