Marina and Activities
ENJOY THE SUMMER
- ALGONQUIN GOLF CLUB
- MERLEAU ORCHARD
- MONT MORISSETTE REGIONAL PARK
- FISHING TOURNAMENTS
- ISLAND CAMPING (SAGE)
- MONT STE-MARIE
- CROSS COUNTRY SKIING IN BLUE SEA
ALGONQUIN GOLF CLUB
Beautiful golf course with 18 holes, located about 120 km north of Ottawa-Hull. Hosts several tournaments throughout the season. A large pavilion, luxurious fairways and magnificent greens surrounded by extraordinary landscapes.
From September, harvest of apples Macintosh, Haralson and Cortland. Apple juice, cider, ice cider and other apple products.
15 minutes from Village Majopial
72 chemin Paul, Bouchette QC J0X1E0
MONT MORISSETTE REGIONAL PARK
Outdoor enthusiasts will greatly appreciate the 13 km of marked hiking trails through the mountain, also accessible in the winter for snowshoeing. An 18 metre observation tower offers breathtaking 360° views of the Valley. You will also find shelter and wood stove at the summint
PRO PÊCHE VALLÉE-DE-LA-GATINEAU 2020
Pro-Pêche Trout: May 9th, 2020
Pro-Pêche Bass: August 22nd, 2020
Mireille : (819) 441-1929
Simon : (819) 463-4449
MONDE DU BATEAU 2020
Monde du Bateau Bass: July 11th, 2020
For more information Maxime Letang 819-962-4341
SAGE RUSTIC CAMPING
Visit the CAMPING section of our website for all details on the SAGE campground activities.
KITIGAN ZIBI CULTURAL CENTRE
Discover Algonquin culture, a living contemporary lifestyle rooted in the land and ancient traditions.
TOURISME VALÉE DE LA HAUTE GATINEAU
Un courant de fraîcheur.
Things to do. What to eat. Where to sleep.
Everything about Maniwaki and La Vallée-de-la-Haute-Gatineau region.
PÔLE D’EXCELLENCE EN RÉCRÉOTOURISME
Liste of local hiking trails
OUTAOUAIS PLEIN AIR
Mont Ste-Marie boasts the highest vertical in the area. Appreciate the scenery as you speed down the slopes. With a great mix of runs ranging from easy to expert, there is no shortage of ways to get down the mountain.
CROSS COUNTRY SKIING IN BLUE SEA
Cross-country skiing and nature enthusiasts will be enthralled by the 10 km of marked and maintained cross-country ski trails of the Blue Sea municipality. The parking lot is located one kilometre from the village centre on Cemetery road at the intersection of Lake-Long road. Six trails with difficulty levels ranging from easy to intermediate await you along with a charming little log cabin equipped with a wood stove.
VÉLOROUTE DES DRAVEURS
This bike path will lead you though our vast open spaces and scenic vistas. This 72 km véloroute des Draveurs is part of the Trans Canada Trail running through a variety of geological sites where flora and fauna are omnipresent. Once you approach the Municipalities of Blue Sea and Messines, you will be riding along the breathtaking Blue Sea Lake; many strategic rest-stops are featured along the way. 51 km of the trail are gravel dust. 21 km from Messines to Gracefield are paved. In the winter, the trail is used for snowmobiling