Fodor's Expert Review Parc Omega

Montebello Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

In the 1,800 acres of hills, valleys, rivers, and streams that make up the park, visitors drive along designated trails to view wild animals roaming free in their beautiful natural environment. These include bear, Alpine ibexes, buffalo, wolves, elk, and more. There are also walking trails among nonaggressive species like white-tailed deer, with caged golf-cart rental available in summer to save the legwork. Also in summer, you can visit farm animals in the restored 19th-century Léopold's Farm and see a birds of prey show.

Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge Family Zoo/Aquarium

Quick Facts

399 Rte. 323 N
Montebello, Québec  J0V 1L0, Canada

819-423–5487

www.parc-omega.com

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: C$23–C$28, depending on season, Late June–early Sept., daily 9–7; mid-May–late June and early Sept.–mid-Oct., daily 10–6; mid-Oct.–early Jan., daily 10–5. Last admission 2 hrs before closing, Last admission 2 hrs before closing

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