Lennoxville is a borough on its own in the city of Sherbrooke. It is crossed by the Saint-François River, while its center is bordered by the Massawipi River. Lennoxville occupies only 8% of the territory of the city of Sherbrooke. It has approximately 5,488 permanent residents, while during the school year, more or less 3,000 residents are added. Obviously, Lennoxville is predominantly English-speaking, but over the years, this small borough has become more and more bilingual.
Lennoxville does not have an elementary or secondary school, but it does have a university and a CEGEP.
- Bishop’s University
- Champlain College
Despite its small size, Lennoxville is filled with beautiful places to stretch your legs and picnic. Here are the busiest places in this borough:
- Atto Beaver Park
- Optimist Park
- Centennial Park
- Skate Park
Here is a short list of activities in the borough of Lennoxville. For a complete list of activities, you can go to the ville de Sherbrooke website and see the calendar of activities in your sector.
- Rugby Abenakis
- Memorial Arena
- Lennoxville Public Market (once a year)