Surrounded by the Maurice forest, a magnificent and impressive playground, the outfitter La Seigneurie du Triton is a well-known vacation centre sought by outdoor enthusiasts. Either to recharge your batteries in the calm of nature or to do your favourite activity, you will be overwhelmed by what La Seigneurie du Triton has to offer.
With a stay at La Seigneurie du Triton, you will enjoy your favourite leisure with your family, where everyone will experience memorable moments. For the little ones, playpens, high chairs, toys, and a playground are available on site. Many water sports and forest activities are offered and will be enjoyed by the whole family. To adults who want to spend a little time alone to enjoy other activities, we also offer childcare services at an affordable price (depending on availability). A team of guides will entertain you and help you discover the treasures of our forest. Canoe rides and hiking will have you explore the territory and deepen your knowledge of the fauna and flora.
At La Seigneurie du Triton, dozens of kilometres of trails await hikers and outdoor enthusiasts. For hikes in the forest, eight trails (including one of more than 20 kilometres) go through wilderness and mountains, over brooks and rivers, leading you to the discovery of magnificent lakes. See the map of the hiking trails to plan your itinerary.
Enjoy our all-inclusive package and spend entertaining vacation time alone, as a couple, or with the family. The package includes accommodation in our charming forest inn, bedding, meals, and outdoor activities: dynamic animation for those who will be ready to participate in various water sports and forest activities, and discreet animation for those who want to enjoy the peace and quiet of this magnificent, jealously guarded, typical Quebec forest. Here is the selection of day and evening activities that are offered. They can be chosen one at a time or regrouped in a predetermined schedule: hiking trails, wildlife interpretation trails, fur-bearing animals and trapping interpretation trail, mycology interpretation trail, canoeing, kayaking, rabaska canoeing, pedal boating, paddle boarding, swimming in the lake and the river, visiting of the Triton station, observing with interpretation of a peat bog, picking and tasting of wild berries and mushrooms (seasonal), pétanque and playgrounds for children, archery range, campfire with marshmallows and tea, night rides on the water with the telling of ancient legends, observation of the Milky Way, a slide show, or a film about Quebec fauna.
Nature discovery activities:
Hiking and nature interpretation
Discovery of the boreal forest
Discovery of the peat bog
Mushroom and berry picking (depending on the season)
Black bear observation in its natural habitat (access by canoe and observation from the lake)
Discovery of beavers in their natural habitat
The Watchtower trail for moose observation
The Wilderness trail for experts (natural obstacles along the trail) reservation required
Visiting spawning grounds (trout breeding site)
Slide show on Quebec’s fauna
Other outdoor leisure, by day or evening:
Petanque, horseshoes, and croquet
Visit of the Triton Station
Campfire with tales and legends
Torchlight ride on the lake
Observation of the Milky Way (from the wharf or on the lake)
The activities mentioned above depend on the weather. All necessary equipment is provided, including lifejackets.
Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages
The “à la carte” menu and the snacks between the meals
Available dates for this package:
From May 12 to October 11,2017
For your safety and comfort:
It’s your responsibility to wear your life jacket at all times during water activities.
Children must wear a life jacket that corresponds to their respective size and weight.
It’s your duty to keep children under parental supervision.
Swimming is at your own risk.
Campfires are permitted in designated areas,, except when the fire index is too high.
All cameras and electronic devices should be protected in waterproof cases. If you don’t have one, it’s best to leave your devices in your room. If you wish to bring them on a water excursion, you do so at your own risk. La Seigneurie du Triton cannot be held responsible for material damages in case of contact with water.
It’s important to wear proper footwear on paths with natural obstacles such as rocks, branches, roots, water holes and mud.
During the mosquito season, it’s preferable to wear long, light clothing and use insect repellent, preferably bought in Quebec for better efficiency.