We are open every day of the year, even on holidays. Opening hours vary depending on the season.

We accept Visa, Mastercard, Interac or cash. Please note that we do not accept American Express.

Yes, on the car trail, you may feed the deer and elk but it is forbidden to feed the bison and the wild boars. On the walking trails, you may feed the white-tailed deer and the fallow deer.

You may only feed carrots to the animals. You can purchase carrots at the Park House or bring your own.

Buy one adult ticket and two children’s tickets and get a 10% family discount. This discount applies automatically to online ticketing. The discount is applied automatically online.

No, for safety purposes, no pets are allowed in the park nor in the accommodations zone.

During the 15km car trail, it is prohibited to exit the vehicle even just to take photos. You are allowed to get out of your car in the dedicated walking trail zones, in the Land of the Pioneers and on the First Nations’ Trail.

No, you may not visit the park in the pick-up bed. All doors must be kept closed even if, for any reason, your car windows cannot open. This is for your safety.

We do not advise driving through the park in a convertible car (Jeep, Tyrex, etc.), because the animals’ head can enter the vehicle and you do not have much protection. It is forbidden under any circumstances to drive through the park in a Jeep or convertible without doors or a roof. Omega Park is not responsible for accidents. At the admission, we will ask you to close the top of your convertible or to put the doors and roof back on your Jeep.

The weather does not bother the animals. You can see them easily. The only animals not visible in winter are the bears as they hibernate.

You can buy food at our snack bar – La Cookerie (in summer only). There is also a drive through restaurant serving takeaway sandwiches and snacks situated at the beginning of the car trail, at the Park House.

You can bring your own lunch. We have picnic tables in the pedestrian areas of the park.

It is prohibited to use a gas or propane barbecue in the park.

For the moment there are no car charging stations in the park. However, you will find a car charging station at the Montebello Train Station, situated at 502-A, Rue Notre-Dame, Montebello (Québec), Canada.

You can visit the farm animals from mid-May to mid-October. You can get there by foot or by renting a golf kart. The café at the farm is closed.

There are always risks involved in driving amongst wild animals. The safety instructions that are given to you upon your arrival must be followed at all times. This will greatly reduce the risk of accidents involving animals. Be careful, you are driving at your own risk.

No you cannot visit the park by motorcycle.

Yes, you may do the visit with your caravan or trailer. If you would like to park your trailer before the visit you can do so in the accommodations zone. Please note that the park is not responsible for theft or vandalism.

School buses, coaches and motor vehicles can visit the park. The trails are large enough to accommodate them. However, you must stay inside the vehicle.

Depending on the number of visitors in the park you can leave your car in the car park of the Park House. The best option would be to ask the admission where to leave the second vehicle.

Your ticket is valid all day. You can therefore leave and re-enter the park by presenting your receipt at the admission.

We recommend purchasing your tickets online, but it is possible to buy them upon arrival at the admission.

You do not need a reservation to visit the Sugar Shack. The Sugar Shack sells maple products.

It is forbidden to fish or hunt in the park. It is a private property where wildlife is protected.

You may take photographs of the animals. However, during the car trail you may not exit your vehicle. You must take photos from inside your vehicle. We suggest that you take care not to scare the animals by using the ‘flash’ on your camera. Windows should be opened half way.

Some of our walking trails are unsuitable for people with reduced mobility or for strollers. The paths that are the most accessible are those in zones 4 and 11. The paths in the accommodations zone include some steps.