Take your pick: adrenaline packed or slow and contemplative?
Known for its innovative rural community initiatives, Saint-Camille, one of the first French-speaking villages in the Eastern Townships, was founded in 1848. At the heart of the village and on the Townships Trail, are buildings dating back to 1875, such as the Sylvie grocery store with its loggia-style architecture, and the church with its rectory. A tribute to Quebec singer Félix Leclerc, the P’tit Bonheur is the pride and joy of the village. A cultural and community centre, this former general store is renowned throughout Quebec, not only for its famous performance hall, but also for its art gallery, its rural life interpretation centre, and its Friday pizza lunch! A dynamic place to live, Saint-Camille now boasts a family trail and more than 4 km of walking trails for the enjoyment of nature lovers.