- The list below includes 18 free or cheap things to do in or near Coaticook, Quebec, including 22 different types of inexpensive activities like Mini Golf, History Museums, Farms & Ranches and Mountains.
- From Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook to Mount Pinacle, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Coaticook and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Compton, Pittsburg and Colebrook.
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83% 188 votes
135 Rue Michaud, Coaticook, Quebec MoreLess Info
Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook is the first tourist wonder in Eastern Township. Families enjoy year round activities including camping, horse back riding, hiking (day and night), biking, ice climbing, tubing, snowmobiles and ice skating.
100% 36 votes
Harold F. Baldwin Park, Coaticook, Quebec MoreLess Info
Mount Pinacle is located in Harold F. Baldwin Park. Families enjoy a well-maintained, one and a half hour moderate hiking trail up Mount Pinacle, bird-watching and nature photography.
83% 12 votes
73 rue St-Marc, Coaticook, Quebec MoreLess Info
A unique golfing experience, Glo Golf Aventure is located inside a renovated church. Families enjoy glow in the dark golfing through scenes such as through space, under the sea and medieval times.
86% 7 votes
2471 Baldwin Road, Coaticook, Quebec MoreLess Info
Parc Decouverte Nature Park is located in the Coaticook Valley. Year round family fun includes guided tours to hatcheries and river spawning, fly/ice/pond fishing, snowshoeing, rock climbing, exhibitions and beach.
57% 7 votes
96, Rue De l'Union, Coaticook, Quebec MoreLess Info
Musee Beaulne is located within the Norton Castle. The museum features rotating exhibits which have included Waltz of Fashion? The Dress Through Time, Jewelry Box?Beaulne Museum Collection, On Trees and Humans, Spinning, Unusual, Vital Song and Night Emulsion.
67% 6 votes
815 Route 141, Coaticook, Quebec MoreLess Info
A family owned business since 2004, Miel Pur Delice specializes in bee keeping. Learn how honey is produced and purchase honey products including clear & creamy honey, caramel, jelly, candies and flower pollen.
97% 30 votes
440 Chemin De Hatley, Compton, Quebec MoreLess Info
Specializing in organic cheeses, Fromagerie La Station has developed through four generations. Visitors shop at the cheese shop and take a free foot path tour, or guided tour of the cheese area and with the farmers.
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540 Chemin de Hatley, Compton, Quebec MoreLess Info
Au Coeur des Saisons specializes in edible flower products. Visitors may take a guided tour through the gardens, taste edibles and purchase for goods in the shop.
100% 6 votes
6790, route Louis-S.-St-Laurent, Compton, Quebec MoreLess Info
Lieu historique national Louis-S.-St-Laurent is located in the Eastern Townships. Tour the house where former Prime Minister of Canada, Louis St. Laurent was born and experience a lifestyle of the past.
100% 5 votes
380, Chemin De La Station, Compton, Quebec MoreLess Info
Founded in 1960, Verger Ferland is an apple and pear orchard. Visitors enjoy fruit picking, tractor rides, picnic areas as well as the food and beverage shop.