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The municipality of Frontenac encircles the city of Lac-Mégantic to the south and is located between Lake Megantic’s eastern shore and the State of Maine. The Parc riverain Sachs-Mercier features a boat launch for easy access to the lake. Frontenac is fortunate to also have another large body of water, Spider Lake, where swimming and nautical activities are permitted. A magnificent golf course facing the Hautes-Appalaches observation tower is strategically located where visitors can take in the view. The discovery in 2003 of fluted spear points typical of the late Paleoindian period thrust Frontenac to the forefront of Quebec archaeology. Digs have confirmed that Aboriginal hunters from the western United States were in the region at the end of the last glacial period, more than 10,000 years ago.