West of Saint-Lazare in a bucolic country setting, Saint-Clet is an agricultural community that supports a diversity of farms, from dairy to maple. Farms often set up stands in the summer to sell fresh produce and eggs to passersby, and many of the farmers can be found at the area’s market. Though small, Saint-Clet has some charming rustic cafés and restaurants that are worth visiting. In fair weather, municipal parks, playing fields, and tennis courts are available for use; there’s even an indoor croquet field! Located at the junction of highways 201 and 340, and accessible from all three major highways, Saint-Clet is on your way, so stop by and say hi!
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