There’s no shortage of outdoor activities in Rawdon.
Elegance and pleasure go hand-in-hand at La Seigneurie du Triton. This prestigious outfitter is known for its warm welcome and quality service.
It is no coincidence that Domaine Notcimik is located on Atikamekw ancient hunting grounds for moose.
Discover a place where boreal wilderness and Indigenous culture naturally blend together. Only an hour’s drive from Montreal, Amishk Aboriginal Adventures provides a complete and authentic immersive experience.
If you like cabins, you’ll love Kabania in Notre-Dame-de-la-Merci.
Le Gollé Goulu is a campsite that combines ecocamping and agritourism for a unique outdoors experience. The site is set in a small valley between two mountains (called gollé by the locals in French) and on revived agricultural lands.
La Mauricie National Park, the only Canadian National Park between Montreal and Quebec City, contains not only a large variety of flora and fauna, but also a portion of the Canadian Shield.
Water sports enthusiasts will be in heaven at Parc national du Mont-Tremblant, with its 6 long rivers and 400 lakes.
Nestled deep in the forest, Natur’Eau cottage in Mandeville is a true haven of peace.
Located in Louiseville, in Mauricie, the Domaine du Lac St-Pierre is a dream destination to break away from the daily grind and enjoy the magnificent and immense Lake Saint Pierre.
On impressive Lake Kempt (61 km long), the Matakan site near the village of Manawan guarantees visitors typical Amerindian experiences.
Sport and nature lovers will benefit from discovering Parc de la rivière Batiscan. With its waterfalls, rapids and pools, the waterway running through this 400-acre park offers contrasting scenery.