Réserve faunique Rouge-Matawin
Divided between the Lanaudière and Laurentides regions, Réserve faunique Rouge-Matawin is characterized by a well-defined duality. Two watersheds supply water to this reserve next to Parc national du Mont-Tremblant, giving it two distinct characters: to the west, the sometimes spirited and sometimes lazy Rivière Rouge and its tributaries, where speckled trout thrive, and to the east, the winding and mysterious Rivière Matawin and its tributaries teeming with Northern pike.
Located not far from the Greater Montreal area, this wildlife reserve is a true gateway to hunting, fishing and the great outdoors! Activities available include river descents, canoe-camping, hiking in the forest, fishing (pike, walleye, brook trout, lake trout), hunting (small game, moose, white-tailed deer, black bear) and snowmobiling.
Dogs are accepted at the following locations: Camping Lac-des-Sucreries at locations 35 to 39 and all rustic and group campsites.
- Operation period: Open from May to November
- Equipment rental
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- Gas Station