Pourvoirie du Lac-Moreau

quebec, canada

From $140/ night
  • airport transfers
  • bar / lounge
  • books / library
  • conference facilities
  • cross-country skiing
  • event space
  • fireplace
  • fish cleaning station
  • personal chef
  • Private helipad
  • restaurant
  • sauna
  • wi-fi
  • bird watching
  • canoeing
  • casino
  • cross-country skiing
  • fishing
  • golf
  • hiking
  • hunting
  • kayaking
  • nature walks
  • off-road vehicle tours
  • park
  • snowmobiling
  • snowshoeing
  • social and cultural visits
  • wildlife observing
  • winery / wine tasting
  • All-inclusive
  • Reservation and Cancellation Policy

    If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in, the guest will receive a 50% refund. 

    If the cancellation takes place within 30 days of check in, the guest will not receive any refund.

How Do I Get There?

Getting to the Pourvoirie

GPS coordinates: 47° 55' 51'' N 70° 40' 27'' 0

To reach the Pourvoirie du Lac-Moreau, from Québec City:

  • Follow the Autoroute Robert-Bourassa/Autoroute 740 north
  • Take Exit/Sortie 9E to Autoroute 40 E/Autoroute 73 and continue north towards Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré/Saguenay
  • Exit left to Autoroute 40 E/Autoroute 440 E
  • Continue on QC-138 E, towards Baie-Saint-Paul
  • Take QC-381 N/QC-138 E, to an intersection 10 km past Baie-Saint-Paul, heading to the Parc national des Grands-Jardins
  • Turn left onto QC-381
  • Upon exiting the village of Saint-Urbain, the route is marked with green signs leading to the 55-km mark towards the Pourvoirie
  • At the 55-km mark, continue right for 14 km (at the bottom of the slope is a placard for the Pourvoirie du Lac-Moreau/Auberge du Ravage, with the entire length of this forest road marked off in kilometers) 

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Pourvoirie du Lac-Moreau is located two hours from Québec City, in the Charlevoix region.

Nature has been generous in this part of the world, where 32 lakes are dispersed over an exclusive 8100-hectare land ringed by high mountain peaks. Moose, beavers and black bears make their home in this unique boreal forest. Winding rivers, craggy facades, an immense waterfall and hundreds of kilometers of paths will guide you as you discover what the Pourvoirie du Lac-Moreau has to offer.

Fronting des Bouleaux Lake are the Auberge du Ravage and its two lodges. This group of log buildings features Scandinavian-style comfort and includes 20 rooms. If you’ve long been dreaming of a little corner of paradise on the shores of a private lake, here it is! The Pourvoirie also has seven cabins to offer, available for summer or winter activities. Camping and luxury CAN go hand in hand. At the Sauvagesses-du-Cran-Rouge Camp, you’ll find four deluxe tents on a wooden platform, featuring all the comforts and the full Auberge du Ravage service offer!

Today’s incarnation of the coureur des bois comes here to relax, breathe in the pure air and enjoy a boreal forest-inspired fine dining experience.

Pourvoirie du Lac-Moreau

Glamping Types

  • Lodges
  • Cabins
  • Tents

Great For

  • corporate / events
  • couples
  • small groups
  • solo travelers

Setting

  • countryside
  • eco-lodging
  • forest / woods
  • lake / pond
  • mountain
  • national park
  • river / stream
  • tour / excursion

Total Accommodations

  • 31

Minimum Night Stay

  • N/A

Rates Based On

  • Per person

Best time to visit

Open: Year-Round

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Accommodations

  • Auberge du Ravage Lodge

    From $140/ night
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  • My cabin, my lake

    From $170/ night
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    03
  • Sauvagesses-du-Cran-Rouge Camp

    From $168/ night
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    03
  • Amenities
    • airport transfers
    • bar / lounge
    • books / library
    • conference facilities
    • cross-country skiing
    • event space
    • fireplace
    • fish cleaning station
    • personal chef
    • Private helipad
    • restaurant
    • sauna
    • wi-fi
  • Experiences
    • bird watching
    • canoeing
    • casino
    • cross-country skiing
    • fishing
    • golf
    • hiking
    • hunting
    • kayaking
    • nature walks
    • off-road vehicle tours
    • park
    • snowmobiling
    • snowshoeing
    • social and cultural visits
    • wildlife observing
    • winery / wine tasting
  • Dining Options
    • All-inclusive
  • Policies
    • Reservation and Cancellation Policy

      If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in, the guest will receive a 50% refund. 

      If the cancellation takes place within 30 days of check in, the guest will not receive any refund.

  • Location

    How Do I Get There?

    Getting to the Pourvoirie

    GPS coordinates: 47° 55' 51'' N 70° 40' 27'' 0

    To reach the Pourvoirie du Lac-Moreau, from Québec City:

    • Follow the Autoroute Robert-Bourassa/Autoroute 740 north
    • Take Exit/Sortie 9E to Autoroute 40 E/Autoroute 73 and continue north towards Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré/Saguenay
    • Exit left to Autoroute 40 E/Autoroute 440 E
    • Continue on QC-138 E, towards Baie-Saint-Paul
    • Take QC-381 N/QC-138 E, to an intersection 10 km past Baie-Saint-Paul, heading to the Parc national des Grands-Jardins
    • Turn left onto QC-381
    • Upon exiting the village of Saint-Urbain, the route is marked with green signs leading to the 55-km mark towards the Pourvoirie
    • At the 55-km mark, continue right for 14 km (at the bottom of the slope is a placard for the Pourvoirie du Lac-Moreau/Auberge du Ravage, with the entire length of this forest road marked off in kilometers) 

    View Google Maps

Inside Scoop

  • Tent Glamping River Front

    $335 US/two nights, including Modified American Plan (breakfast and dinner)

  • AN ARRAY OF ACTIVITIES for both winter and summer

    Speckled trout fishing is the main draw in summer, and hiking and water excursions are another great way to discover this rich, unspoiled wilderness during autumn. It's such a delight in winter, too, with exceptional snowfall amounts of up to six meters. For early risers: Dawn is the time to watch the wildlife—whatever the season.

  • My cabin, my fishing lake

    Whatever your level of fishing expertise—seasoned veteran or aspiring enthusiast—you’ll enjoy this tranquil setting with direct access to the lake, which is itself a high-calibre resource yielding tender, flavourful native speckled trout. You also have the option of trying out some of the other 30 Pourvoirie lakes, all of which are easy to access.