Situated at the mouth of the Coulonge River, the village of Fort-Coulonge is named after a fort built in the 17th century by Louis Ailleboust, Sieur de la Madeleine and Coulonge.
A striking point of interest is along the western part of Fort-Coulonge’s Main Street, renamed ‘Allée des Manoirs’ for its beautiful stone houses the lumber baron, George Bryson, built in the 1870s for his children.
|Director General:||Martine Durocher|
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