Municipal Parks and Infrastructure
Missisquoi North Park, André-Gagnon sector
The Missisquoi North Park, André-Gagnon Sector, is located at the northern entrance to the village of Mansonville. In 2021, major improvements will also be made to the playgrounds and the park in general.
During the regular council meeting, the council proceeded to the adoption of resolutions in order to acquire equipment for the future ice trails at André-Gagnon Park. Indeed, a tractor and ice maintenance equipment will be acquired for the maintenance of the skating trails. As the Zamboni acquired last November is only intended for the skating rink, the purchase of this equipment will prove to be judicious.
In the same context, the park’s master plan was also adopted and work on the new equipment will be launched this fall.
Furthermore, the municipality continues to be proactive in seeking funding from all levels of government: a request for financial assistance has been submitted to the federal government for the service building adjacent to the multifunctional shelter. The project consists of enlarging the building in order to house the park equipment and to develop the interior to accommodate more users who wish to enjoy the park.
The municipality inaugurated in November 2020 its multifunctional shelter, a centerpiece of the park. In 2021, major improvements will also be made to the playgrounds and the park in general.
Video on the construction of the multifunctional shelter
There are two municipal tennis courts located beside the baseball field in Missisquoi North Park, Andre-Gagnon Sector. The courts are open daily from mid-may to late October. Please call the municipal office for more information. 450 292-3313 ext. 0.
The municipal wharf is open from April 23 to September 7, 2021. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, visitors will have to comply with the public health directives posted on site.
Wharf opening hours: 7 days a week, from 5:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – Dogs not allowed
Residents of Potton have free access to parking, boat drop in and boat washing at the Municipal Wharf and at the Municipal Beach located in Vale Perkins. All you need is to show a proof of residence.
Non-Residents Fee: $ 50 per day for the parking, boat washing and boat drop; $ 10 per day for the parking. The annual pass is abolished.
The boat drop is usually accessible until the end of November.
The Municipality of the Township of Potton refuses any mooring in front of the municipal docks.
This is a council decision from September 26, 2018.
Here’s the procedure for obtaining permission:
1. The M1. Have a lease with the government of Quebec: CEHQ – see site:
Here is the email to request an anchorage: email@example.com
2. You must also have the permission of the Municipality. All requests must go through our municipal council. Please wrtite to the Director General Martin Maltais: firstname.lastname@example.org
MUNICIPAL BEACH: 59, chemin George-R.-Jewett, Township of Potton
The beach is open with a lifeguard 6 days a week, from June 24th to August 15th, 2021
Dogs not allowed
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed on Wednesday
Place Manson Information
Located in the heart of the village, there are plenty of things to do Place Manson including access to WIFI, the public piano, picnic areas and live concerts every Sunday throughout the summer.
The Sunday concerts, ” Sundays in the Park ” begin on Sunday July 11, 2021 and end on August 22, 2021.
Municipal Skating Rink
Since November 2020, residents are able to enjoy an indoor skating rink which is part of the multifunctional shelter at the Missisquoi North Park, Andre-Gagnon Sector.
To know the dates and opening hours of the rink which vary according to the temperature,
please click HERE.
There are public washrooms located at the Missisquoi North Park, Andre-Gagnon Sector and at the Town Hall (Toilets open all year round), as well as at the Round Barn site (Toilets open from mid-may to late October)