The fascinating history of the Refuge Pageau is primarily the incredible relationship that the Pageau family maintains with animals.
4241, chemin Croteau, Amos
You will visit the heart of a site on a wood trail that has been built with passion for over 25 years.
Pageau Refuge gathers orphaned, lost or injured wild animals. These animals are released into the wild as soon as possible; otherwise, they are kept for longer periods. The Refuge is home to, among others, moose, bears, wolves, foxes, deer, raccoons and many species of birds of prey, and throughout the summer it hosts many small orphans in need. The extraordinary story of Refuge Pageau is above all the incredible relationship the Pageau family has with animals. This story is told in the interpretation centre where both young and old will be fascinated. Watch “He Talks to Wolves “and “Humanima” on a giant screen in a customized projection room, discover Michel’s camp, the “Story of a Passion” exhibition and much more!
The Refuge Pageau experience is unique, and each visit is a donation to help us continue our mission.
June 20th to September 5th
Everyday from 10:00 to 4:00
Rest of the year : see the schedule on their Web site.
Adult : $15.50
Student-adult over 65 years old: 15 % rebate
12 to 16 years old : $12
3 to 11 years old: $8,50
Less than 3 years old : free
Family packages available.
Picture : Marie-Frédérique Frigon