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Marston, located on the western shore of Lake Megantic, takes its name from a village in Yorkshire County, England, and in 1859 it became a safe haven for Loyalist immigrants, who settled on a road they called Drum-A-Vack, which is Gaelic for "on both sides of the hill." On Spring Hill Road, the Echo Vale Cemetery is the final resting place of the McLeod, Murdo, and McIver pioneer families. On the main road, near the former church that has been converted into a summer theatre, you’ll find the municipal park with its Summit Drive stop and the starting point for the "Un Lac au Sommet" trail, a 4-km hiking trail. Victoria Bay has a marina to welcome boaters.