Here are some restaurants and businesses offering home deliveries and/or take-out dishes and products.
Lambton, a picture-perfect Cœur Villageois, overlooks majestic Lac Saint-François. This idyllic location makes it a popular vacation spot, giving the town a festive and laid-back ambiance. And to discover its storied history? Look no further than colourful local characters.
The Travel Information Centre is located in the presbytery ...Read more
The Travel Information Centre is located in the presbytery, a beautiful heritage building.
On the lot behind Lacroix Sports Inc. is a Panoramic Station, a spot to take pause and soak in the sight of magnificent Lac Saint-François
All July, the Galerie d’art-boutique is hosting, on its site, a painting symposium regrouping 20 renowned artists of the region.
Start at the Travel Information Office, where you’ll enjoy a warm welcome and receive all the information required to make your visit to the area memorable.
Watch the story of Lambton unfold via eight interpretive panels erected in key spots throughout the Coeur VIllageois. To make the most of them, grab a pamphlet from the Travel Information Office and enjoy a self-guided tour.
Brought your bike? Pedal an especially scenic part of the Route Verte/TransCanada Trail: The Axe Cyclable du Tour du Grand Lac Saint-François. Rated intermediate, this bike path offers plenty of gorgeous vantage points on the lake.
The local bakery, Boulangerie Lambton, churns out fresh-baked bread and pastries daily, but you’ll also find an impressive selection of local food products including meats, terrines, maple treats and more. Can’t wait to dig in? Pick a picnic table at the nearby Parc du 150e and enjoy
Located in the former presbytery, a visit to Lambton’s art gallery/boutique is worth it for the ancestral setting alone! Of course, you’re sure to find something you love among the fabulous works of local artists and artisans.