Top 10 tourist attractions in Témiscouata

Take a break in the county of Témiscouata in the Lower Saint Lawrence!

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Take the opportunity to stopover in Témiscouata for a few hours, overnight or why not a few days. We are half way between Montreal and Moncton in New Brunswick, right on the Trans-Canada, highway 85.

You will fall in love with Témiscouata - with its views - breathtaking in all four seasons, with its abundant nature and with its numerous lakes. Lake Témiscouata is the 2nd largest lake south of the Saint Lawrence River, and the famous Lake Pohénégamook has its own legendary monster, Ponik!

Here, time stands still ... time to breath deeply the fresh air, to move through the big outdoors, to relax and to enjoy yourself as well as making exciting discoveries and new friends. What joy!

Top 10 tourist attractions in Témiscouata

  1. Interprovincial Cycle Path Le Petit Témis

    Interprovincial Cycle Path Le Petit Témis

    Built on the track of the old Témiscouata railway that joined Rivière-du-Loup and Edmundston in New Brunswick, this 134 km of fine gravel path passes through Témiscouata and follows the shoreline of its largest lake.

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  2. Lake Témiscouata National Park

    Lake Témiscouata National Park

    Located in the natural region of the Notre-Dame Mountains, the park covers 175 km2 and embraces the largest and most majestic lake of the region, Lake Témiscouata.

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  3. Pohénégamook Beach

    Pohénégamook Beach

    With nearly one kilometer of fine sand, Pohénégamook Beach is not only the most beautiful freshwater beach in the Lower Saint Lawrence, but is also listed in the Top 10 best beaches of Québec.

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  4. ViV-Herbes, herbalist boutique

    ViV-Herbes, herbalist boutique

    Traditional herbalist boutique. In our country store you will find more than 75 different natural products prepared from plants grown and processed on our site. Therapeutic, cosmetic and culinary products are available. Flavours, perfumes, colours and a warm welcome await you.

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  5. Aster Observatory and Science Station

    Aster Observatory and Science Station

    The observatory is equipped with a 410 mm (16 inch) telescope and a solar telescope. Enthusiastic guides and interactive audioguides are available to show you round the exhibition "Stars - Here We Come!"

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  6. The Old Railway Station of Rivière-Bleue

    The Old Railway Station of Rivière-Bleue

    This is the only remaining station on the Frontier Route (route 289) that has been completely restored. It includes a railway museum and an exhibition about the history of Rivière-Bleue, which tells, among other things, the story of the Bootlegging times.

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  7. Fort Ingall

    Fort Ingall

    The Fort is a reconstruction of a British fortification that was built in 1839 during a border dispute between the United States and Canada. Discover its history and see the numerous artifacts that have been found here in archaeological digs..

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  8. Domaine Acer

    Domaine Acer, maple economuseum specializing in alcoholic beverages

    As well as showing the history of maple products in Quebec in their economuseum, this family business has created four alcoholic beverages. Guided visits to the maple installation and wine cellars include a tasting of the various products. There is also a boutique.

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  9. Le Détour, cheese producer

    Le Détour, cheese producer

    Artisan cheese producer with over thirty types of cheese made from cow, goat and /or sheep's milk. Local produce for sale.

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  10. Img top 10 - Traverse du lac Témiscouata

    Traverse du lac Témiscouata 

    Lake Témiscouata separates the towns of Notre-Dame-du-Lac and Saint-Juste-du-Lac, in the county of Témiscouata. A ferry service connects the two shores.

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