Patrick Haag
Myriam Baril-Tessier
Myriam Baril Tessier


351 Rt. 105, Gracefield (Québec), Canada

The history of this municipality dates back to 1840 and the arrival of the first settlers. In 1883 a post office was opened and the village was named Gracefield. Today, with its rapidly growing downtown area, the territory encompasses several lakes and rivers and has become a popular recreation destination.

1 meeting room

The maximum capacity is 225 people

Nearby attractions

1.4 km


3 km

Camping Pionnier

8 km

Gracefield Christian Camp and Retreat Centre

11.4 km

Le Presbytère de Blue Sea

11.4 km

Blue Sea Tourist information Relay

11.5 km

Blue Sea

11.6 km

CarpeDiem Aventures

12.3 km

Cross country skiing in Blue Sea

13.7 km

Érablière Domaine du Cerf

14.7 km

Parc régional du Mont Morissette

Blogs and routes


Sustainable Tourism: Concrete Actions in the Outaouais


Where to Fish in the Outaouais


Agrotourism: A prominent feature of the Outaouais