Welcome to the Township of Potton !
The Township of Potton is situated in the southwestern part of the MRC Memphrémagog. It is bounded on the north by the Municipality of Bolton-Est and to the south, by the american State of Vermont. Lake memphrémagog is to the east, and the Sutton Mountains, to the west. The township is full of exceptionally beautiful landscapes, offering visitors a mix of natural and rural landscapes, countryside, mountains, lakes, rivers and streams.
Address: 291, rue Principale, Mansonville
450 292-4403 – 1 844 467-6886 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening Period 2020:
The Tourist Office is open from June 25th to September 6th, Thursday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The office is also open on St-Jean-Baptiste holidays (June 24), Canada Day (July 1) and Labor Day (September 7)
As the sanitary directives for physical distanciation are still in force, the office can only accommodate one visitor at a time.
Arts and culture are an integral part of everyday life in the Township of Potton, as is the protection of the environment. Come and meet our artists, artisans and magicians of agro-tourism who contribute significantly to the quality of life and the vitality of our region!
The Tour des Arts 2020 is cancelled. However, 18 studios are open by appointment this summer in our region. Discover them by clicking HERE!
Come and taste the cultural diversity of the Canton of Potton, whose gastronomic influences are as varied as the origins of its inhabitants. A French bakery and a Polish deli are among the restaurants not to be missed in the village of Mansonville, while you can also opt for a good poutine or excellent table d’hôte close by.
Do you prefer to stay overnight? Bed-and-breakfast and campsites are ready to welcome you.
Mansonville, the main village of the Township of Potton, has been officially accredited “Cœur Villageois” by Tourisme Cantons-de-l’Est on June 2017. An important stop on the Township Trail, the village offers an unforgettable walk with its heritage buildings, round barn, public market on Saturdays, Sunday concerts and exhibitions.
Due to the pandemic, the Sunday in the park concerts are cancelled.