Brome Lake is a body of water of 14.6 km2. It is bordered to the east by the mountains Foster, and Gauvin Glenn which comes from the Coldbrook Creek.
Perimeter: 20.6 km
Average depth of 6.3 m.
Maximum depth (in the pit): 12.8 m.
Renewal time of water: 10.2 months
Total water volume: 94.6 million m3
Average discharge rate: 3.9 m3 (Foster Dam)
The high water mark is 197.28 meters above sea
More than 400 private residences bordering more than 300 condominium units and campsites.
(reference: Renaissance Lac Brome / renaissancelbl.com)
Town of Brome Lake, is first and foremost a lake which modeled the face of the municipality by defining it as a most popular high resort and tourist destination.
This majestic lake knows how to attract outdoor enthusiasts and sportsmen. In summer, it lends itself to the joys of swimming,of pedalboat, of windsurfing and catamarans, delighting nature lovers with its green areas and wildlife habitats.
In collaboration with the Centre d’expertise hydrique du Ministère des Richesses naturelles of the Quebec Government, computer data on the level of Brome Lake is available from data acquired from two stations built in 2006; one at Douglass beach and an other at the Foster dam.