Lake Memphremagog, Magog, QC, Canada

Lake Memphremagog, Magog, QC, Canada

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Where to stay near Lake Memphremagog, CA?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 94 vacation rentals near Lake Memphremagog. From 40 houses to 30 cottages, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Lake Memphremagog for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Quebec's outdoor playground

Stretching for almost 30 miles, Lake Memphremagog lies low in southern Quebec. It's one of the province's best all-season destinations, acting as an outdoor playground in the summer and a snowy wonderland in the winter. Whether you want to soak up the sun, set sail on the lake or discover French Canadian history, it's easy to slip into vacation mode. The foreshore is lined with stunning waterfront properties, with some available as Lake Memphremagog vacation rentals. You'll find yourself immersed in a tightknit community of locals, so chances are you'll soon be sharing sunset G&Ts with your neighbors.

Soaking up the Magog street scene

For a lively street scene, head to Magog, the lake's biggest township. It's anchored by a tree-lined main street dotted with cafes, restaurants and plenty of French patisseries. Morning croissants on the deck of your Lake Memphremagog vacation rental property? Check. From romantic sunset sails to fun-filled family cruises, there's no better way to enjoy Lake Memphremagog than by catamaran. Most boats depart from MacPherson's Wharf in Magog, which means you'll have time to pick up a bottle of bubbly before setting sail.

Apple cider, maple syrup and more

Set on the banks of Lake Memphremagog, Abbaye St-Benoit-du-Lac is a tranquil monastery known for its chanting monks. Visit at 7:30am, 11am or 5pm to listen to the monks practicing the sacred Gregorian chants. While you're there, don't miss the chance to pick up some of the monastery's famous apple cider, handmade cheeses, jams and chocolate-covered blueberries. With a working sugar shack, adrenaline-fueled zipline course and thrilling snow tube runs, Haut Bois Normand is a favorite with families. Don't forget to pick up a bottle of authentic Quebec maple syrup while you're there.

A lakeside winter wonderland

Summer is high season on Lake Memphremagog, when Quebec enjoys sultry weather and plenty of sunshine. Planning a family getaway to Quebec? With sunny decks, private tennis courts and spacious living areas, Lake Memphremagog vacation rentals are ideal for making memories. The lake is just as enchanting in the winter, when Quebec is dusted in snow. From scenic forest walks to cross-country skiing, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the crisp winter air. Lake Memphremagog is particularly stunning in the fall, when its sugar maples explode in a sea of reds, yellows and golds.

Keep an eye out for Memphre

Spanning Quebec and northern Vermont, Lake Memphremagog was formed by ancient glaciers and is the biggest body of water in the Eastern Townships. According to some imaginative locals, the lake boasts its very own version of the Loch Ness Monster. In this case, a 30-foot-long serpent called Memphre. Keep your eyes peeled! Just a few miles from Magog is Mont-Orford National Park, where you could spot herds of white-tailed deer and great blue herons grazing on the park's two lakes.