Gracefield

The town of Gracefield was founded in the year 1840. Its name honours Mr. Patrick Grace, on of the first settlers and mayor of the village in the 19th century.

The city of Gracefield with its 3000 inhabitants, represents the second largest service point in the Gatineau Valley (the Outaouais administrative region of Quebec) and new-comers can find here a wide array of services and shops that ensure every need of thousands of vacationers who come here to enjoy this area.

Indeed, the community has a number of venues for visitors. Tourists can admire the valley from the Gracefield belvedere, located at the St-Eugene street, go fishing or hunting at various ZEC, enjoy the agricultural tourist activities or just relax, practice canoe-kayak, go camping and much more. A covered bridge of Gracefield is one of half a dozen patrimonial covered bridges of the Outaouais region.

Many cottages, B&B, motels and a number of camping sites are available for visitors in the Gracefield area, as well as a number of superb restaurants, one of them (the Bar Chez Rick) is located in an historical real state, an ancient windmill.

To contact the city-hall of Gracefield:

C. P. 329 Gracefield

J0X 1W0

Phone: 819 463 3458

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