In a few words
Saint-Camille-de-Lellis is a small municipality located 1 1/2 hour southwest of Québec City and bordering on the state of Maine. High up on an Appalachian plateau, at over 1,200 feet in altitude, take a look at one of the most beautiful agri-forest mosaics in the province. Although mostly wooded, with publicly owned forests on close to 40% of the land, you can see some lovely farms and sugar bushes in the inhabited part of the area. In the fall, the municipality becomes a popular hunting destination with 292 square kilometres of forests abounding in game, much to the delight of hunting enthusiasts.
Saint-Camille will surprise you with its diverse landscapes that emerge with the seasons: sunsets on the horizon of a snow-covered field in winter or sunrises above a canola field, you will be amazed every time.