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Douglass Beach

213 Lakeside Road
Brome Lake, Québec  J0E 1V0

450 242-2020

Douglass Beach
Douglass Beach
Douglass Beach
Douglass Beach

Lifeguard on duty every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Swimming is not permitted after hours and children must be supervised.

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.

Daily Parking Rates for non-residents
The rates is in effect between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.

Visitors must present a parking ticket from the Douglass Beach parking meter (where the vehicle is parked) paid on the same day, otherwise the access to the beach will be denied. If the Douglass Beach parking lot is full, this means that you cannot go to the beach. This measure is intended to control the number of people present on the site, in compliance with current sanitary measures.

2 hours or less: $6
2 hours or more: $20

For any question : 450 242-2020

Please note that there is a parking ban on buses, recreational vehicles over 22 feet and vehicles with trailers.

You must present your wristband OR proof of residence. We will inform you in the coming weeks on how to obtain your wristband.

Dogs are not permitted at Douglass Beach.
It is not possible to reserve a spot for the beach.
Only small propane barbecues are permitted.

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

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

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.

June 19 to August 29
A lifeguard is on duty every day, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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Douglass Beach

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