Refuge Pageau
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Refuge Pageau 


Amos (Qc), Canada
J9T 3A1
Refuge Pageau was created in 1986 by Michel Pageau and his wife Louise. The Refuge Pageau offers shelter to wild animals in need of rehabilitation with the aim of returning them to the wild following their recovery. Where it is not possible to release an animal back into the wild, the Refuge Pageau’s mission continues by providing them with long-term accommodation. It is without a doubt the presence of these long-term residents which attracts the vast number of visitors to the Refuge Pageau year after year. In addition to providing shelter and respite to animals; the Refuge Pageau educates its visitors on the importance of respecting and conserving the boreal forest and the numerous inhabitants which call it home. Year round, visitors can see wolves, moose, lynx, white-tailed deer, black bears, several species of birds of prey and many other kinds of animals. Interpretation guides welcome visitors and tell the story behind each of the guests at the refuge. For a rich outdoor experience, be sure to visit the woodland trails. The refuge is wheelchair accessible, and there are indoor and outdoor picnic areas for guests.

Refuge Pageau
Open year round

Amos (Qc), Canada
J9T 3A1

 
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On-site activities
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Aquarium    
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Exhibits    
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Interpretation    
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Bird Watching    
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Guided Tours    
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Wildlife Observation    
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Botanical Observation    
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Hiking    
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Zoo    
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Corporate Activities    
 
Activities to do nearby
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Aboriginal Village    
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Downhill Skiing    
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National Park    
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Cave or Mine    
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Farm    
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Scenic Lookout    
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Cross-Country Skiing    
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Historic Site    
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Snowshoeing    
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Cycling    
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Hunting and/or Fishing    
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Swimming    
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Dogsledding    
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Museum    
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Tourist Route    
Rates
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Adult students and seniors: 15% discount with card
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Disabled person: $8.00
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Adults: $15.50
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Family (2 adults and 2 children under 12 years old: $42.00
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Children (3 to 11 years old): $8.50
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Teenagers (7 to 11 years old): $12.00
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Children (under 3 years old): free
Taxes included.
Services and facilities
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Boutique
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Fully Accessible to Physically Disabled Persons
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Free Outdoor Parking
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On-Site Restaurant or Food Services