Our territory
The territory operated by the Compton County Fishing and Game Club covers an area of ​​more than 20,000 acres, of which 18,000 acres are leased from Domtar. It is very well located in the Eastern Townships near the American border in New Hampshire, a moose paradise.

To get to
About 200 km east of Montreal and about 230 km south of Quebec City. From Sherbrooke, take Route 108 or 112 to Cookshire, then you 212 to Island Brook then you take New Mexico Road to the right at the exit of the village. Finally the road “Chemin-de-la-Rivière-du-Nord”. Turn left and do some 4 km before arriving at the main camp. On your right hand 856 Chemin-de-la-Rivière-du-Nord.

Interactive Google Map

Here is an interactive map of the blinds of our territory with their positioning.

The Club’s territory is and must remain accessible to all members in good standing as well as their family members and guests, all in accordance with the regulations in force. No sector of the territory can be reserved for exclusive use.

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Avenza topo Map

You must have the Avenza Maps application installed on your smartphone to use the map. Once you’ve accessed the map, upload it to the Avenza Maps app by clicking on the Share icon on your smartphone. Here’s what the icon look like :

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Map of the territory of Domtar

Since 2015, Domtar has provided an interactive map to the clubs on their territories. This map allows you to view the territory, and tools to carry out measurements and also to consult the planned forest management works.

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Laminated map of our club’s territory

Since 2016, we’ve made available to our members topographic maps of the club. Those maps are available for members and include topographic information in 3D as well as several landmarks of our territory, paths and all member blinds. These topographic maps are available for sale and are updated once a year. These maps are available from our warden or by a request to the blind manager.