In 1902 GA LeBaron erected in North Hatley a fantastic hotel which was destroyed by fire in 1909. The place now belongs to the family Norman Webster. Born of the dreams and creativity of Patterson Webster, gardens Glen Villa have now replaced the majestic building.
In 1894 the Mayflower, a steamboat bridging the gap between North Hatley and Ayer's Cliff was suddenly stranded on the reef of Black Point, in the middle of a private reception by the owner's son, and sank. Divers can see here that the wreck is still there.
Area : 81,43 km2
Permanent Population : 2470
Seasonal Population : 1056
Mayor : Jacques Demers
Maximum depth : 86 m or 282 ft
A cave lies beneath a grove of tall cedars on the left side of a small cliff. Underwater, you must go down to 20' and swim along the cliff. The opening is 5' to 4' and has a length of roughly 15'. Provide illumination. (source: Neptune)
Area : 60,67 km2
Permanent Population : 759
Seasonal Population : 434
Mayor : Denis Ferland
Wetland located in the Municipality of Ste-Catherine-de-Hatley. Triangular shape and a depth of approximately 100 feet north and 175 feet west, the park has 225 feet of frontage on Lake Massawippi. It is accessed only by the lake. It was bequeathed in 1996 to Blue Massawippi in memory of Taylor Talbot 3, who died in combat June 6, 1942.
Covered Bridge Creek gets its name from the old bridge on the way to Ayer's Cliff on the edge of the road 141. The bridge was replaced in 1966 (new road) and destroyed by fire in the early 1980s. The stream is subject to regular monitoring by Everblue Massawippi.
The watershed of Brook creek undergone a major intervention by Everblue Massawippi in collaboration with the IRDA
This small bay is so named because the first Ripplecove was there, burned in 1978. Major buildings of the hostel are now on the other side of the point in the Round Bay. (photo 1948)
Main tributary of Lake Massawippi the meandering river Tomifobia drains an area of over 430 square kilometers, which takes its source near the lake Lyster in Coaticook. The Tomifobia Massawippi watershed-filter project aims this vast watershed.
Area : 11,15 km2
Permanent Population : 1116
Seasonal Population : 314
Mayor : Alec Van Zuiden