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The Township of Potton offers many attractions to our visitors. Among the most important, are Owl's Head Ski and Golf, our covered bridge and round barn, kayaking on the Missisquoi River, the village of Mansonville with its heritage buildings; hiking, snow-shoeing and cross country skiing on the Missisquoi North trails as well as in the Green Mountains Nature Reserve; the Ukrainian Chapel, the Russian Orthodox monastery, and of course, magnificent Lake Memphremagog, in all seasons.   

Why not drive or hike the exceptionally scenic routes suggested by "Incomparable Potton", a self-guided tour of Potton that is offered in conjunction with the Chemin des Cantons.  The brochure which accompanies the tour is available at the Tourist Information office located on 2, des Pins street, in the village of Mansonville.  This office is open from June to October annually. (450 292 3313, ext. 336)  The Memphremagog information Office, open year round at Exit 115 off Highway #10, also features an interactive display of Potton’s attractions.

Many other brochures about Potton’s tourist and heritage attractions are also available on the Potton Heritage Association website.


On the slopes of Owl’s Head




One of many magnificent scenes at Owl’s Head Golf 



An afternoon on Lake Memphremagog …



Mansonville's Round Barn and the "Marché du village", open Saturday mornings from June to October



Stone seeds for sale at the "Marché du village"



Api M.D. stand with their natural Honey: 390, route 243/ 450-292-0037



On parade at  Potton’s  Multicultural festival (2nd Saturday in August)



Atop Owl’s Head, from the aptly-named Panorama trail!



Snow-shoeing on the Missisquoi-North trails with the Heritage Association


 

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