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Snowmobile Clubs

There are four active snowmobile clubs along the Border Route that offer various services to snowmobile enthusiasts. The Trans-Quebec 5 and 35 snowmobile trails cross the Border Route leading to New-Brunswick. Riders will be enchanted by the exceptional beauty of the panorama. The Pohénégamook Lake, Pohénégamook Outdoor Recreation and Health Spa and the deeryard are some of the various attractions available to snowmobilers.


Club de Motoneige
Les Explorateurs
M. Sylvain Dumont

Club de Motoneige
Les Chevaliers des Frontières
M. Jeannot Charest


Club Quad Trans-Temis

The Trans-Témis Quad Club opened its doors 10 years ago and is responsible for trail maintenance and new trails construction. Quad enthusiasts including couples, families and groups of friends can ride on the club’s well maintained trails in the summer (150 miles of trails) and winter (375 miles of trails). Trails pass through breathtakingly beautiful Témiscouata territory and are sure to please every nature lover.


Mr Simon Potvin

Site web du Club Quad


Bike Paths and Hiking Trails

Most municipalities along the Border Route offer tourists the possibility to travel across the region in a completely different and more earth friendly way: by bike! Look for municipal signage with directions to the following bike paths and hiking trails:
Sentiers pédestres
Réserve de Parke (4 km)
Pohénégamook: Parc de la Frontière (1 km)
Sentiers de Pohénégamook Santé Plein Air (3 circuits, 10,6 km)
Saint-Elzéar: la Butte du bonhomme Blanchet (2 km)
Rivière-Bleue: Sentier le Bootlegger (4.5 km)
Saint-Alexandre: Alex à vélo (2 circuits : 2,7 et 14,3 km)
Tour du Lac Pohénégamook (25 km)
Randonnées et vélo:
Packington et St-Jean-de-la-Lande: Le Méruimtcook (28 km)
Pohénégamook et Rivière-Bleue: Sentiers 3 Frontières: vélo (38 km) randonnées (3 circuits: 2 km, 5 km et 10 km)


Bureau d'accueil touristique

Telephone: 418.863.7722

Telec.: 418.859.3465


Meruimticook Hiking Trail

Visitors will discover the splendid region around Méruimticook Lake, also known as Jerry Lake. Need a rest? Go for a swim and stretch your legs at the Packington municipal beach. Restaurants, campground and public washrooms along the circuit. Main access: information tower at the 0 mile level of the Border Route.


Camping de Packington
585, 5e Rang Sud
tel.: 418.853.2269 ou 853.5680
fax. : 418.853.6427
Brochure available at the camping of Packington



Transcontinental Golf Club

Enjoy a challenging round of golf in a spectacular setting. - 9-hole golf course
- Length: 2519 by 32 yards
- Driving range
- Golf equipment and cart rental
- Restaurant, bar and shops


325, chemin de la Tête-du-Lac
Pohénégamook (Quartier Saint-Éleuthère)

Téléphone : 418.859.2012 ou 418.714-7447

Fax : 418.859-1765

Email: golftranscontinental@outlook.frWeb site: www.golftranscontinental.com


Pohenegamook Beach

Half a mile of beautiful sandy beach and fresh water. Relaxation guaranteed! Services available: supervised swimming area, playground, volley-ball courts, snack bar, licensed corner store, recreational equipment rental (kayaks, baracudas and foot-pedal crafts), Picnic area.

New: Have fun on the largest inflatable game in Canada. Services and activities for all. An invitation to relax !.

Various organized activities during summer. Golf nearby as well as bike track and quad.


50, chemin de la Tête-du-Lac
Tel : 418.859.3346
Off season: 418.863.7722


Pohenegamook Outdoors Recreation and Health Spa 2.0

This Resort Centre offers unique daily outdoors recreation or longer stays including outdoors activities and relaxation for families, couples, friends or various groups and social clubs. Organize your own outdoors activities or follow our guides (depending on the season). Health spa includes a pool,  sauna, massages, body treatments and nordic spa at Nature Spa Pohenegamook nearby on the site. White-tailed deer observatory in the winter. Various seasonal group or individual package deals available: outdoor recreation, relaxation, quad or snowmobile, corporate, nature class and packages for social clubs, associations or special groups.
Open year-round


1757, chemin Guérette

Telephone : 1 800 463.1364



Around Pohenegamook Lake

Visitors can join this 15.5 miles trail from various locations: Frontière Park, Pohénégamook Outdoor Recreation and Health Spa or Pohénégamook Beach. Part of the circuit (4.5 miles) is on the Route des Frontières and crosses the communities of Saint-Éleuthère and Estcourt. We recommend two spectacular lookouts: one at the foot of the lake, near the Ponik sculpture, and the other in Frontière Park where you’ll read about the monster supposedly living in the lake. After the Pohénégamook Health Spa, the circuit turns into gravel and is surrounded by nature. The path then leads to the mouth of the lake and the beach. Beat summer heat by cooling off in the Pohénégamook Lake and then relax on the beach. 


Bureau d’accueil touristique
1309, rue Principale
Pohénégamook (Quartier Escourt)
Information : 418.863.7722
Télécopieur : 418.859.3465


The Bootlegger Path

This path is a 2.8 miles-long loop: 1 mile of forest road and 1.8 miles along Long Lake where you can have access to the peninsula. You’ll see many different animals and birds in this mostly wild area. Highlights: a panoramic view of the lake, the islands, a beaver hut and a Bald eagle’s nest. Listen to...silence, save for the occasional and unusual sound of the train whistling on the other side of the lake. Walking access at the foot of Long Lake (at the end of Chemin Brissette). Canoes and kayaks can also reach the path from the lake. Winter access to the islands by snowshoes


Club Appalaches
43, des Pins


Sentiers 3 Frontieres

This is a project of recreational trails for boating, walking and cycling both connecting the municipalities of Pohénégamook, Rivière-Bleue and Saint-François de Madawaska with as destination the 3 borders monument at the limits of Maine, Québec and New Brunswick. This  projert is connected with the  2014 World Acadian Congress.


For more information, contact Services des Loisirs of Pohénégamook or Rivière-Bleue municipalities

1309, Principale, Pohénégamook, QC G0L1J0

32, des Pins Est, Rivière-Bleue, QC G0L2B0


Alex a velo

The Garden Tour (Le Tour du Jardin) bike path runs 1.5 miles and its name refers to the streets surrounding it bearing the names of trees or shrubs. It’s a great way to discover the region’s rich built heritage. The other path, the La Clé des Champs rural circuit (9 miles) highlights the region’s natural beauty, its rural roads and most beautiful agricultural landscapes.


Municipalité de St- Alexandre-de-Kamouraska
629, route 289
Télécopieur : 418.495. 2659


The Morin Lake Park and Panoramic Rest Area

A lovely site to enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the Morin Lake, its fauna and flora. Fully-serviced chalet, outdoors activities, fishing and bird observatory. Ice fishing huts are built near the lake in the winter months and various seasonal activities are also organized


293, rang Saint-Adolphe Est


Societe d'ecologie de la batture de Kamouraska SEBKA

A haven for peace, the SEBKA is located on the shore of the St. Lawrence River and 1.8 miles from Saint-André village. Campground (2 stars), 8 miles of hiking trails with 9 lookouts and 3 observation terraces, rock climbing, sea kayak, the Quebec Route Verte and Route Bleue (bike path and water circuit for kayaks and small, non-motorized boats).

2006 GOLD medal winner at the Quebec Tourism Grand Prix in the Outdoors and Adventure category. From June 24th until Labour Day: guided tours around the archipelagos of the Kamouraska islands. Opened from May 15th until October 15th. Daily, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Summer hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.


273, route 132 Ouest C.P. 1
téléc. 418.493.9985


Parc de l'Ancien quai

Access by the "rue du Quai" to a small light house and to the parc de l'Ancien quai (Old Pier Park). Interpretation panels, sitting areas and picnic tables. Public washrooms.


Daniel Michaud


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The Meruimticook Bike Path and Hiking Trail

The Méruimticook trail is located at the very south end of the Border Route, near the New-Brunswick border. While the last part of the circuit is relatively flat, with its vertical drops and challenging hills from the 2.5 km to the 8 km level and sharp descent leading to Packington’s municipal camping, this 18-mile long path is best suited for experienced hikers. Highlights: the Romain-Caron covered bridge in Saint-Jean-de-la-Lande.


Camping de Packington
585, 5e Rang Sud
418 853-2269 ou 853-5680
téléc. : 418 853-6427
Dépliant disponible à la plage-camping de Packington.


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