Saint-Hyacinthe Hot Tub Covers
Welcome to Saint-Hyacinthe, where culture, history and entertainment awaits! Located in the southern region of Quebec, this quaint city is situated along the Yamaska River. It was established in 1849.
Nature enthusiasts are sure to enjoy the Nautical Center, which offers kayaking, canoeing, paddle boats and rowboats. The whole family will be entertained and amazed at the gorgeous scenery along the river.
If you love horses, you’ll love the guided tours on horseback, through the various country landscapes. They welcome riders over the age of 12, and they also offer day camps. Tours and excursions are offered year round, so whether you visit in January or July, you’re in for a wonderful treat.
For golfers, Saint-Hyacinthe offers three nine-hole courses and one 18-hole course, for your enjoyment. Spend a day perfecting your game, or just come out for the fun of it!
The Public Market is a great place to visit for fresh fruits and vegetables, hand-made crafts and home-baked goodies. There is also a wide selection of plants and flowers to choose from, for your garden at home. You can plant them around your hot tub in your backyard to remind you of your trip – just lift the hot tub cover and slip into the water to feel the warm jets relax you as you enjoy the fragrance of the flowers.
There are many historic buildings in the downtown core, including the Former Post Office (now designated as a national historic site,) the Former Customs House and the City Hall building. Take a walk downtown and discover the history and culture that is deeply embedded here.
While the city does not have a registered NHL team, you will still find plenty of hockey fans here, supporting none other than their beloved Montreal Canadiens, (nicknamed “Habs.”) If they are not driving into Montreal to catch a live game, they are watching on their televisions as they cheer them on. Some are even showing their support by purchasing licensed NHL logo hot tub covers with the Montreal Canadiens logo and colors on them. Canadians are serious about their national pastime, and spare no expense when it comes to supporting their favorite teams.
The province of Quebec is known for its cold winters and pleasant summers. There are plenty of activities to keep you busy in all seasons. Autumn brings beautiful colours to the trees and forests, while winter blankets everything in white, creating a serene (but cold!) landscape. Skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ice-fishing are all popular winter activities.
The Expo de Saint-Hyacinthe is a yearly festival with music, antique shows, craft shows and more. It draws thousands of visitors each year and is among the most popular festivals in the city. It is sure to be enjoyed by the whole family.
The city is also known for its world-class restaurants, hotels, bed and breakfasts and maple sugar houses. Quebec is famous for its maple sugar, and there are many tours and tastings events that take place. Come on out and enjoy all that Saint-Hyacinthe has to offer!