Discover the best top things to do in Stanstead, Canada including Bleu Lavande, Tomifobia Nature Trail, Haskell Free Library & Opera House, Granite Exhibit & Museum of Stanstead, Dufferin Heights Country Club, The Stanstead Stone Circle, Rue Canusa, Bee Bee Air Force, Blue Lavande Estate.
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4 based on 141 reviews
Arriving at Bleu Lavande is beyond description as there are acres upon acres of rows of lavender blooming wherever you look. Once inside the gates, make sure to get tickets for for guided (in French & English) tours as my guide was very informative. Then plan to spend as many hours as you want walking the rows or laying alongside the lavender flowers. On the way out is a very handy gift shop offering all sorts of products that were distilled and bottled right on the estate.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
This 19 km path is between Ayer's Cliff and Beebe (4 km from Stanstead). The trail is on a former rail line so it is mainly flat but slightly downhill from Beebe. The surface is packed gravel, but we had no problem on our hybrid bikes. The trail follows the Tomifobia River for most of the distance and there are also a number of small ponds and bogs along the way where it is possible to spot turtles, heron and ducks, among other animals. If you turn left when you reach the Beebe end of the trail you will pass by Le Tomifobia - an excellent stop for lunch of dinner.
5 based on 28 reviews
You can be in 2 countries at the same time. True to period and I do recommend taking the $5/pp tour. Don't miss the opera house! Yes, you will be wowed by the library but there's so much more! Tour takes you to opera house and guide will give you detailed and interesting historic information. Even though you are in Canada, do not be afraid to step back on USA soil to access front door. You won't go to jail. It's got a special privilege for you.
5 based on 13 reviews
On a recent tour of the area, we stopped in to this exhibit and museum and found it very interesting. Our tour guide was someone who had worked in the granite business all of his life and was very knowledgeable. As well, a new addition to the exhibit was another section of the building set aside for a Lionel train exhibit as well as a display where local model train owners could run their trains. This was a great addition and one could return many times to view the model train set up. We would highly recommend this stop!
4.5 based on 14 reviews
This is a 18 hole Semi-Private Golf Course. We are considered the jewel of the Eastern Townships. Once you come and play here, it's an experience you will not forget. Our 10th hole with it's spectacular view will take your breathe away.
Six women enjoyed this course two weeks ago...unfortunately the weather was not very good but we still enjoyed the course very much! The views were spectacular, the cart paths well paved, Gardens nicely done and the greens were fast! I would recommend this to anyone interested in golfing in the area.....Hole #10 is just breathtaking!!!
4 based on 15 reviews
The Stanstead Stone Circle is a fun stop and makes for some great photos. There are also some picnic tables, so a good place to stop for a packed or Takeout lunch.
Our four-year-old had the most fun, being very impressed by the bigger stones and also going into the little shrub huts.
There is a fun audio effect on your voice if you stand in the center of the standing stones. Worth the try with young children.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
I have crossed many borders by car, this place is unique. In one side of the street it is Vermont, USA and on the other Stanstead, Canada. So you don't see this every day.
With out armor vehicles, big wired fences, check points, etc. etc. etc.
My Son noticed on house that can open one window and there is USA and at the other end of the house open the window to Canada!!!
5 based on 1 reviews
Very cool dirt track to ride your motocross bikes or performance ATVs. Located in Bebe Quebec very close to the US border. There are two tracks, one for the kids and one for the much more advanced riders with lots of corners and jumps. There is plenty of free parking for cars/trucks with or without trailers. The fees to ride are $25.00 for adults and $15.00 for kids per day. Guests who just want to hangout and watch get in for free. There are some picnic tables and benches but no bleachers so you might want to bring your own chairs.
The track is very well maintained. They set up a BBQ with plenty of food for for all of the riders/racers and guests. The owner of the track also owns a gas station/garage that is very close buy if you need gas, oil, spark plugs, drinks etc. It is a very nice place to ride in a cool location.
4 based on 24 reviews
Though it was off season did see lavender plants. Variety of lavender items for sale. Details of the lavender farm development was available on posters, which was interesting to read. Picnic area available
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