A former Scottish settlement, Scotstown has, over the years, proudly preserved its heritage while blending perfectly with the reality of its present. Founded in 1892, you’ll fall under the spell of this charming town and its residents from the moment you set foot here.

Village Tour

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Revisiting the Past

A stroll through the village will have you travel back in time with the historical heritage circuit featuring ancestral homes and exceptional industrial buildings. The Scotstown station, the doctor’s house, the old school . . . reminding us of not so distant and still fascinating olden days.

You can also discover the town by following the Circuit des Clans. Many homes are identified with a flag showing the name and the clan tartan of a Scotsman who once lived here.

The Marécage-des-Scots regional park

The Marécage des Scots regional park offers eight kilometers (one way) of multifunctional trail that you can explore on snowshoes or cross-country skis. You want more? You can also continue your outing all the way to the Franceville sector of the Parc National du Mont Mégantic (fees access)

Terroir Products

Whether it’s the Resto du Village or the Charcuterie Scotstown, you’ll discover a lot of love has been put in the gourmet products offered here! Another suggestion: Reserve a table at the Salon de thé Scott tea room and enjoy these surroundings as you savour their scones and tea. A true must. (Reservation required)

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Magic is in the air!

Did you know that the Walter-Mackenzie park shelters elvish habitats and a replica of a Scottish thatched croft house cottage? Or that you can gaze at the stars in the evening sitting on one of the reclining benches here? You mustn’t miss an opportunity to discover this place guaranteed to be magical.

A Peaceful Night’s Sleep

Whether you choose the B&B Le Scott or the Sherman's House, you ca be sure you’ll get a peaceful night’s sleep. We promise.

Good to know : the Franceville sector of parc national du Mont-Mégantic, located near Scostown, offers cabin accommodation.





Parc municipal Walter-MacKenzie (Rivière-au-Saumon)


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