Located at the end of Route 105 North, at the junction of Route 117, the municipality of Grand-Remous is well known for its 102-metre long covered bridge, the Savoyard Bridge. Its name comes from the Algonquin word Obémiticwang meaning "agitated waters or great eddies". It is also one of the gateways to the famous Baskatong Reservoir. Formed in 1927 following the construction of the Mercier Dam, this artificial lake has a surface area of 320 km2, making it a true inland sea. The banks, mostly sandy, surround the lake for about 2,800 km. The Baskatong is famous for fishing, boating and vacationing.
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