Recreation and Sports Directory

Sports Organizations


Contact: Marc-André Blain École de Sutton School (gymnasium) 19 Highland Sutton QC J0E 2K0

Friendly badminton matches of all skill levels take place every Monday at 6 p.m to 7 p.m. (15 years old and less) and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. (16 years old and more), from early September to late December and from mid-January to the end of April. Registration required.

Ball Hockey

Contact: Samuel Gagné École de Sutton School (gymnasium) 19 Highland St. Sutton QC J0E 2K0 <i class="fas fa-phone"></i> : 450 531-6020

Deck hockey field with games for men and women over 14 years of age are usually held from September to December and January to April. Field hockey sticks and goggles are mandatory. Registration is required.

Centres Shaolin Wuji

<i class="fas fa-phone"></i> : 450 242-4411 Cellulaire: 579 488-4007 Site Web: Site Web: Sutton Shaolin Zen Martial Centre

The Shaolin Wuji Center is a nonprofit organization with the mission of transmitting the teaching and values of traditional Chinese martial arts by guiding practitioners to establish their foundations of health, well-being and peace so that they can be a Catalyst through The Elevation Of Their Physical, Energetic And Spiritual Qualities.

Coop Gym Santé Sutton

50 Principale St. North Sutton QC J0E 2K0 <i class="fas fa-phone"></i> : 450 538-0313 (Coop Gym Santé Sutton) Site Web: coopgymsantesutton

Fitness centre with specialized trainers and a complete set of training equipment for everyone who wants to stay healthy and have fun at the same time. Our coaches take the time to evaluate your needs and fitness level, and to draw up a program that will help you achieve your goals.

Dek Hockey

Come and try our new dek field hockey surface, young or old, open to all and free for all!


Contact: Isabelle Giasson École de Sutton School (gymnasium) 19 Highland Sutton QC J0E 2K0 <i class="fas fa-phone"></i> : 450 919-1095 Site Web: Academie Isabelle Giasson

Gymnastics program for children ages 4-12, in the last week of summer.


Contact: Éric Algiers Site Web:

The softball field is lit at night from May to August. Softball leagues for children ages 3 – 18 and for adults. Organized by a volunteer committee.

Sutton Curling Club

Contact: Alfred Enns 26 Pleasant Sutton QC J0E 2K0 <i class="fas fa-phone"></i> : 579 534-8484 <i class="fas fa-phone"></i> : 450 242-2187 (Alfred Enns) Site Web: Sutton Curling Club

The Sutton Curling Club, founded in 1948, has two curling rinks, as well as a reception hall and bar that can accommodate groups of 10 – 100 people. Anyone can join the club, play in regular leagues and enjoy the many benefits of being a member. The reception hall and curling rinks can also be rented for an event or gathering of friends.

Sutton Cycle Club

Contact: Danny Boulanger 106 De la Roseraie St. Shefford QC J2M 1L7 <i class="fas fa-phone"></i> : 514 880-7704 Site Web:

The Sutton Cycle Club was formed by people living in the Townships who love biking, staying healthy, friendly get-togethers and eating out. Its mission is to offer both permanent residents and weekenders an organized way to gather and head out on great bike rides tailored to individual preferences, skill levels and endurance, under the guidance of experienced coaches.

Sutton Soccer

Contact: Frédérick Tremblay Goyette-Hill Park Western Street Sutton QC J0E 2K0 <i class="fas fa-phone"></i> : 450-525-4751

Recreational soccer for children ages 5 – 17. Intermunicipal for children ages 8 – 17. Practices are held at Goyette-Hill Park on Mondays and Thursdays, 6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Outdoor Organizations

Hunting & Fishing Club

Contact: Christine Johnson <i class="fas fa-phone"></i> : 450 538-2958

Sutton’s hunting and fishing club issues hunting and fishing permits for Sutton and the surrounding area.

Parc d’environnement naturel de Sutton (P.E.N.S.) – Sutton’s Mountain Hiking Trails

Contact: Patricia Lefèvre, directrice générale – Michelle Besré, coordonnatrice aux communications, accueil et service à la clientèle C.P. 2246 (Office) 900 Réal Road (altitude 520 – address to access the trails) Sutton QC J0E 2K0 <i class="fas fa-phone"></i> : 450 538-4085 (Reception station) <i class="fas fa-phone"></i> : 450 538-2121 (Management and administration) Site Web:

The P.E.N.S. is a non-profit organization that has been working since 1979 to protect and enhance the natural environment of Sutton. Mainly financed by its members and users, it manages a network of 52 km of public trails on private land between the Sutton valley and the neighbouring Appalachian peaks, as well as a day camp in the forest, and nature education activities targeting the region’s schools.

Plein Air Sutton

Contact: Micheline Côté Reception + Parking + Ticketing + Shop/rental + Trail departure 671 Maple (Mont SUTTON) Sutton QC J0E 2K0 <i class="fas fa-phone"></i> : 450 538-6464 Site Web: pleinairsutton

Ten kilometres of easy and intermediate hiking trails. Sixteen kilometres of easy, intermediate and advanced cross-country ski trails, all maintained. Six kilometres of intermediate/advanced Nordic ski trails, not maintained.

Sports and Outdoor Events


Contact: Nadya Baron 651 Maple Rd Sutton QC J0E 2K0 Site Web: Mont SUTTON

Mont SUTTON is multiple km of pure fun. A 4-season destination that offers 40 km of mountain bike trails, rustic camping at the summit, chairlift rides and a giant zipline route of more than 1 km long. It is not only a major ski resort in Quebec located in the Eastern Townships, well-known across the eastern North America for its unique concept of glade skiing for every type of skier and its many junctions creating endless possibilities for every run. Mont SUTTON also sets itself apart with its authentic ambiance and awe-inspiring nature, in summer and winter. Experience the pleasure of movement in the midst of remarkable scenery and a welcoming atmosphere.


Contact: Nicolas Taillefer Site Web: Sutton Xman

XMAN is like a “best-of” all other obstacle races.


Contact: Nicolas Taillefer Site Web: Mont Sutton Xtrailrace

Parc d’Environnement Naturel de Sutton (PENS) as well as Mont Sutton and Les Sentiers de l’Estrie, are proud to present the XTRAIL Sutton. A fabulous race in an enchanting setting as well as in a festive atmosphere!


Gagné Park

Gagné Street Sutton QC J0E 2K0

Picnic tables and playground equipment.

Godue Park

Maple Street Sutton QC J0E 2K0

Picnic tables and walking trail.


Goyette-Hill Park

91, Western Sutton QC J0E 2K0

Outdoor swimming pool, Soccer fields, Skate park, Baseball diamond, Playground equipment, Picnic tables and Winter Skating rink, Tennis courts, DEK hockey.

Sutton School Park

École de Sutton School 19 Highland Sutton QC J0E 2K0

Playground equipment and grassy play area

Tartre Park

Principale Street Sutton QC J0E 2K0

Picnic table

Veterans Park

Maple Street Sutton QC J0E 2K0

Picnic tables