Une sortie excellente en famille avec des jeunes enfants. Le prix des carottes est raisonnable. Nous sommes aller en mars et bien que la température était un peu froide, la cabane à sucre était succulent, les ours étaient déjà sorti d'hivernation. Les enfants ont bien adorer. Si vous désirer apporter votre lunch durant ce temps, la cabane a sucre est le bon endroit pour manger le dîner ou collation et ce réchauffer.
Un endroit tellement bien entrenu, professionnel, beau, les animaux se sentent en confiance, ils n'ont pas peur, on les a tous vus! Un commentaire constructif, aucun cadeau souvenir venant du Canada, inconcevable et devrait remedier a ça!
bring lots of carrots :) p.s.: the pigs love apples (cut them in half before leaving)
Buy your own carrots before you go and bring lots of water to enjoy the day.
There is a bit of an uphill climb through the woods to see the bears and packs of wolves, but well worth it! Just be prepared with some good walking shoes.
We definitely enjoyed our drive through Parc Omega and being up close to some of the park's animals.
A great experience but was really disappointed that the animal where just sitting. We usually go later but with the tickets you had only until the 31 to used them. Would be better if there where no expire date on the coupons
Fun adventure! My son loved it
From Our Editors
Parc Omega celebrates the diversity of Canada's fauna by giving visitors the opportunity to see some of the country's most majestic creatures firsthand. Roughly divided by biome, the park includes areas dedicated to recreating the habitats found throughout Canada's prairies, mountains, lakes, and boreal forests. Amid those picturesque settings, guests can spot caribou, arctic wolves, black bears, deer, and wild boar as they drive along the 17-kilometre car path or meander down one of several walking trails.
The park remains open year-round, offering seasonal activities in addition to self-guided tours. Snowshoeing excursions, for example, are available during the winter. Guests can explore the first nation walking trail and learn about the 12 First Nations of Québec or visit the park's historic recreation of an 1847 farmstead in the summer. The changing seasons don't stop the activities either, with visitors getting the chance to get up close and personal with animals—by hand-feeding elk or fallow, red, or white-tailed deer—any time of year.