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See & Do

Douglass Beach

213 Lakeside Road
Brome Lake, Québec  J0E 1V0

450 242-2020

Douglass Beach

To enforce social distancing measures, the Town of Brome Lake has implemented new rules for the use of Douglass Beach, since July 8. Please read them before your arrival.

This lovely, sandy beach surrounded by mature trees is Brome Lake’s preferred swimming destination. Visitors and locals flock here as soon as summer sets in to enjoy its peaceful atmosphere, safe environment, pristine water and fantastic views.

Douglass Beach is a fully equipped facility, with changing rooms, washrooms, an outdoor shower, a volleyball court, picnic tables and easy access to the lake for small non-motorized boats. Between June 22 and August 18, a lifeguard is on duty every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

From the beach you can take the Coldbrook Path to Knowlton (2.2 km) or Trestle Cove (1.1 km). The shady trail provides great vantage points from which to admire the lake and the many beautiful properties lining its shores.

Accessibility
For people with reduced mobility, an all-terrain wheelchair is available free of charge to facilitate swimming. Ask the lifeguard for more information.

We will have security guards in place 7 days a week to monitor Douglass Beach and Tiffany Park to enforce physical distancing and to assist the Douglass Beach parking attendant.

Parking
Available for Brome Lake residents with a sticker available at the Town Hall or at the Brome Lake Centre at a cost of $4 for 2 years.

Daily Parking Rates for non-residents
$10 per car ($6 after 3 pm)
$15 per car with a trailer or motor home ($10 after 3 p.m.)
$25 for a minibus or bus

Boat launch
Access to the lake for small non-motorized boats, canoes, kayaks and paddleboards.

June 3 to August 16
A lifeguard is on duty every day, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Douglass Beach

213,
chemin Lakeside,Lac-Brome (Québec) J0E 1V0

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