To each their piece of heaven!
The Petite-Nation has a little piece of heaven for everyone. Each one is unique so choosing might ptove difficult! Centre touristique du Lac-Simon is a nautical and children's activities paradise. The kids will have a blast on the giant trampoline, the slides, the climbing rock or the pirate boat. As for Réserve faunique Papineau-Labelle, the southernmost wildlife reserve in the province, you'll find pristine lakes making for great fishing, animal watching, and beaches where kids can built the best sandcastles. As for Kenauk Nature, it's the luxury of a 5-star chalet. You see why we say it's hard to choose?
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The Papineau-Labelle Wildlife Reserve offers an exceptional setting for cross-country skiing, with more than 100 km of marked beginner and intermediate trails. Spend the night in a trailside shelter (reservations required). In summer, enjoy the fine sand beaches and calm lakes where you can set out in your canoe, kayak or pedal boat. The lakeside log cabins are quite remote—some are even on their own island. Peace and quiet guaranteed!
Duhamel (Québec) J0V 1G0
A prime destination for outdoor lovers, Duhamel has more than 50 km of hiking and snowshoeing trails (part of Quebec’s National Hiking Trail) offering spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. This vast forested territory attracts fishers and hunters as well as ATV and snowmobile enthusiasts, and is also popular for cycling, canoeing, river tubing, cross-country skiing, skating and ice fishing. Winter brings a special treat: deerwatching right in the village!
Duhamel (Québec) J0V 1G0
Centre Touristique du Lac-Simon is a vast wooded property covering 4 km2 on the edge of Simon lake. This four-season vacation resort offers over 370 campsites, as well as ready-to-camp tents, and cottages. Combine your visit to a wide array of outdoor activities: swimming, mini-putt, cross-country skiing, slides, ice fishing, fauna observation, etc. The beach, a spectacular natural attraction in summer, stretches along 2 km of this lake and its wonderfully clear waters. Many new kids games will be available on the beach.
Montebello (Québec) J0V 1L0
Summer activities are as follows: Fly fishing school, mountain bike, stand up paddle board, climbing wall, canoe, kayak, rabaska, beachQ at Whitefish Lake, clay shooting, walking trails. There are also many winter activities: dog sledding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, ice climbing and ice fishing.