4.5 based on 318 reviews
We stayed for 4 nights tent camping in the park on site N3.
Check in- Professional and pleasant, providing us with all the information we required.
Amenities- Spotless flush bathrooms and showers around the campground. Portable toilets (clean and well serviced) close to campsites. Drinking/cooking water available close to campsite in parking area. Wood available for $9 for a large bag.
Campsite- Beautiful! Feet from the Coaticook River, level, well cleared. Large enough for large dining tent and two sleeping tents. Good amount of privacy.Our site was 100 m from the parking area
Area- Great well marked trails. We did the Gorge trail both in the day and at night for Foresta Lumina( separate review), as well as a 10Km trail stopping halfway to have a picnic lunch at the waterfalls). Good security on site.
4.5 based on 290 reviews
After watching the promotional video we decided to make the journey and camp in the park while we were there (separate review about the camping).
The things that we did see were done well, and we enjoyed them, but the experience fell short because the night we visited (August 29/17 @2100) some of the animations were not working.
Staff were aware of this problem at least at one of the broken areas as we stood waiting for one portion and staff remarked it was broken and told us just to move on. There was also no effort to rectify the situation at the end of the trail by offering tickets for another day, or even an acknowledgement by staff that some things had gone wrong.
I imagine if the technology would have been working as it should have we would have enjoyed it more.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Definitely recommendable. Hike climbing up took a little less than an hour I think. Coming down was definitely faster. We spent a few hours up there just watching the eagles, the little birds, the boats and of course the amazing view. You can even go down to the little beach nearby for a swim & view mount pinacle from there.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
This was an exciting way to spend a hot afternoon. It is located in an old church in Coaticook,Quebec. The gold balls glow in the dark and everything lights up with the black lights. Everyone wears a glow bracelet which was fun for the young ones.
We were a group ranging from 6-65 and everyone enjoyed. A great way to spend an hour or two.
There was a very reasonable charge and also offered a family discount. A lot of value for the fee.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Less than 15 min from Parc de la Gorge of Coaticook, the differents activities include fishing on pounds and river (rods and worms are provided free), on-site barbecues to cook your fish, Gardens to combine cooking fish with fresh produce, wetlands exhibit, global fish's environment and bird watching. In winter, ice fishing is a must!
The is a great place to learn to fish, how to gut a fish and help conserve the lakes, etc. Very informative day. You keep what you catch, therefore it is a little expensive as every time you cast your line, you get a bite within a few second. However this is very fun for the kids.
4 based on 12 reviews
While there is a bit of hoopla around this museum, it is just another old home with old furniture that has been nicely restored. The Eastern Townships are full of them and, other than appreciating the hard work put into its restoration by the volunteers and the contractors, there is nothing much else to enjoy during a visit.
5 based on 4 reviews
I have had several different types of massages and this massage was by far the best! She used a variety of techniques and brought them all together seamlessly. Her attention to detail made a huge difference for me- from things like heated slippers, a head massage, some shiatsu techniques and deep relaxation, I felt very comfortable and taken care of for the whole experience. I chose the 1.5 hour massage and would definitely return often if I lived in the area.
5 based on 3 reviews
A very friendly family runs the Ferme Mario Gadbois fruit farm on the outskirts of Coaticook. They spoke a little English, enough so we could understand where to go to pick our little bucket of delicious raspberries. They even let us bring our dog to the field.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
I've always loved this beautiful little course, it's no frills, but a fun way to spend an afternoon. If you want the formality of golf this might not be the place for you, but a perfect spot to bring new young golfers and the scenery cannot be beat.
4 based on 2 reviews
18 holes moderately challenging but playable by duffers. Well maintained. Fees reasonable . My last visit was actually about 2012.
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