Fine-sand beaches, swimming, hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, horseback riding, treetop trekking… Lanaudière offers so many fun activities! Be adventurous and explore our wilderness of mountains, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, the St. Lawrence River, many outfitters, seven regional parks and the famous Mont Tremblant National Park.
Lanaudière is the ideal setting for a truly relaxing stay. Come and be pampered in one of our health centres and spas, with a treatment specially designed for you. Or choose a complete package at an inn offering spa services. A well-deserved break that will really re-energize you.
Our region is home to a dozen golf clubs, including the largest golf complex in Canada. Come and perfect your swing on a course with a superb natural setting!
• 1 night, double occupancy • 1 table d’hôte dinner (3 courses)
• 1 basic breakfast • 1 entry to Brandon trails
Price reduced to $80 per person, per night for midweek bookings of 3 days or more.
Spend some time at St-Zénon Outfitters and enjoy an unforgettable experience in a superb wilderness setting. Very relaxing! Lakeside cabin: $95 per person, per night on weekdays; $100 per person, per night on weekends.
Main lake: $90 per person, per night on weekdays; $95 per person, per night on weekends. Free motor rental with stay of 5 nights or more.
Come enjoy an unforgettable experience at Havre Familial: after an 8.4 km hike in Lac Beaupré, spend a night in a cabin beside an exquisite lake in a wilderness setting, located at the far end of our property. Your accompaniment: soft lake breezes and birdsong!
• 1 guided tour of Île-des-Moulins
• 1 pontoon boat ride on mills lock
• 1 access to exhibitions
• 1 ticket for performance of La monnaie de la pièce
• 1 night in standard room
• 1 gourmet breakfast
• Access to Ouareau Forest Regional Park
Get away to the natural beauty of the Lanaudière countryside, just to the north of Montreal – and take a food-lover’s tour! Our Country Roads circuits are the perfect way to explore this region while sampling and enjoying the many regional specialties.
Includes: guided farm visits, interpretive centres, tasting of regional products, pick your own produce, tours of gardens and natural sites, heritage sites, hiking trails and picnic areas.