Dominated by its 14.5 km2 lake encircled by rolling hills looking on mountainous sceneries, Town of Brome Lake covers an area of 210 km2 and was incorporated in 1971 through the voluntary merger of six municipalities (Knowlton, Foster, Fulford, Iron Hill, West Brome et Bondville). Established by loyalists who came here after the American revolution, they exude a Victorian atmosphere.
There are 5600 permanent residents and some 4000 weekenders. Brome Lake offers a paradise-like environment to nautical and winter sports enthusiasts (Bromont, Sutton and Owl’s Head), as well as to people seeking country tranquillity and decompression. Clustered in Knowlton, a well-developed commercial sector proposes restaurants, cafés, galleries and artisans in great numbers. Bishop’s University has an annex offering credit courses in arts, languages and history.
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