The tourist center of Tête-du-Lac-Pohénégamook, which operates the beach camp, bought the bankrupt Pohénégamook Santé plein air 2.0, which was divided into three separate lots on November 22. According to Nancy Gamache, president of the board of directors, members were particularly interested in nautical equipment.
“Sailing, then the catamaran, for the Pohénégamook, these are emblems,” she underlines. It was obvious that the management committee should keep the activities offered at the lake and add them to their service offer. “It will make life easier for tourists as well,” she says, pointing to some confusion among tourists between the two companies. Ms. Gamache claims that the purchase was made for the company as well as the region of Témiscouata and the town of Pohénégamook.
Thus, from the next summer season, visitors will be able to engage in canoeing, kayaking, catamaran, rowing and windsurfing. Activities requiring wind will take place near Pohénégamook Santé plein air 2.0 earlier.
In conjunction with these additions, two new people have joined the board of directors of the Tête-du-Lac-Pohénégamook Tourist Centre. They are Francis Bouchard, passionate about windsurfing, as well as Rosalie Bouchard, sister of Arnaud Bouchard who recently made a good debut in California.
In addition, the center is still working on the extension of Camping plage Pohénégamook. Ms. Gamache notes that the second phase of this project is currently on the drawing board.