Land of the PioneersParc Omega2019-07-10T10:25:04-04:00
Zone 11: LAND OF PIONEERS
This area offers several natural attractions, a playground surrounded by deers that will keep you company along the path to the old farm. It will also be possible to visit a local artist’s workshop and watch a video about his particular art form. Children will be happy to stroke the donkeys, ponies, rabbits, and other small and large farm animals. The trailhead offers a reconstructed trading post of New France and Indian tipis that will take you back to the history of Quebec.
Enjoy our natural attractions such as snowshoeing amongst the deer.
In season, take the trail to the old sugar shack where maple products are offered at reasonable prices.
Warm up around hot chocolate and a fire at Lumberjack Camp.
Have a picnic with the deers, they will definitely want to share your lunch.
A vegetable garden completes this bucolic picture.
Enjoy a good meal at the Cookerie and finish with an ice cream at our Crèmerie.
In summer, children can have fun in our playground near the Enchanted Cabin.
This footbridge allows you to overlook the wolves and bears in their natural environment. Are you fascinated by wolves and bears? Meet our tour guide on the footbridge in order to learn more about these species.
The enchanted house
This original piece of sculptor created by artist M. Therrien is a must see attraction. Take the time to enjoy a on-site picnic with the deers. Take advantage of the playground and aerial course for ages ranging from 7 to 77.
The trading post with its artifacts and numerous illustrations immerses you in the world of fur trade where natives would exchange their fur for their first European goods with the so called wood runners. Visit the guard tower and trading post (history museum) every day.
The old farm
In this beautifully restored farm dating from the beginning of colonization, there is a small coffee shop where you can dine, a playground and picnic area. A small museum in the basement offers a glimpse into the typical farmer’s lifestyle in the 19th century.
The Lumberjack Camp will enhance your visit and allow you to enjoy the activities longer with its small restaurant area with picnic tables. You will also find a small gift shop and you can rent snowshoes in winter.
During the summer, attend presentations of birds of prey flights that are offered daily at noon, 2 pm and 4 pm. This show allows you to observe beautiful species of raptors in action and learn about their lifestyle, their environment and their status in nature. An experience not to be missed!
In the summer season, you can stop at our snack bar and enjoy a delicious meal made from local products. On the menu: poutines, hot dogs, burgers and much more! You can enjoy it all on our sunny terrace.
Our creamery is the perfect place to refresh up with a good ice cream or Slush Puppie. You may see our mascot Baribal who loves chocolate cones. Open in summer only.
Gray wolves presentation
With naturalist guide Every day at 12 :35pm, 14 :35pm, 16 :35pm