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Omega Park

#1 of 11 things to do in Montebello Features Animals
399, Route 323 Nord, Montebello, Quebec J0V 1L0, Canada
+1 819-423-5487
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Great zoo

Too much car, I visited it in Spring, lot of traffic, I couldn`t imagine visiting it in the hot... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Olivier B
Wonderful to see these animal in their natural habitat

10 minutes drive from the Chateau Montebello. My wife from Manitoba could not believe these animal... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Winnipeg, Manitoba
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Parc Oméga, a unique family experience in the heart of nature, culture and history of Quebec. Located approximately 1 hour from Montreal, Ottawa, Laurentian and Tremblant Parc Oméga lets you discover the wildlife of Canada such as moose, elk, bison, wolves and bears all within their natural environment. Open year-round, the park offers several activities for all ages such as animations, picnic areas, hiking trails... for a unique and unforgettable day. Discover the history of our nation through the colonization and first nations trail. .
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399, Route 323 Nord, Montebello, Quebec J0V 1L0, Canada
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+1 819-423-5487
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Too much car, I visited it in Spring, lot of traffic, I couldn`t imagine visiting it in the hot season. But they offer the option to sleep there in cottages. This is honestly a must. You will have a private mini-zoo with bears and wolves...More

Thank Olivier B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

10 minutes drive from the Chateau Montebello. My wife from Manitoba could not believe these animal in their natural habitat. Make sure you bring lots of carrots to feed deer ,elk, wapiti they love it

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stopped here on our way to Montreal from Ottawa and are glad we did, had a great time feeding carrots to the 'not at all shy' animals who stuff their heads through you car window, it was a really enjoyable few hours and would...More

1  Thank Hatchsteve
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful park and great to see some of the regional animals. However trip spoilt by car being kicked by one of the deer when they came up close 'begging' for carrots. I feel they should only allow carrot feeding in the walking area half way...More

Thank 1womble
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Worth every cent of park admission. Such an easy way to check out the native wildlife of North America whilst sitting in the comfort of your own vehicle. They even have their own fm station broadcasting in either French or English informing the traveler of...More

Thank Peter Q
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I've visited this zoo many times over the years both as a child and as an adult with friends. Its loads of fun as the animals come right up to your car. Never thought I'd pet a bison. The animals look healthy and well taken...More

Thank Alissa D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My mother has been asking to go here for a few years so today we finally took her. I honestly can't believe we've never been there before. An easy hour drive from Ottawa, great for a days outing. We took a picnic but they do...More

Thank Meilyne
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

You visit the zoo from the comfort of your car. It is very affordable and the tour takes about 2 hours (depending on the day of the week and the time of the season). You can buy bag of carrots to feed the animals. Something...More

Thank clippe
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Wasn't disappointed with the long drive, my wife and I enjoyed feeding the animals with carrots it was our first time to do this so we had a blast with our visit and still planning for the second visit since we havent explored much the...More

Thank mastercooks
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We visited Parc Omega en-route to Ottawa from Montreal. It is conveniently located an hour from either Montreal or Ottawa. It’s a great day out, especially for the family. A lot of interactions with the animals, and you also get to feed them carrots. It's...More

Thank varun_mukthi
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attardana
Will the park be open for tours this coming weekend (March 25-26) despite the cold weather and potential snow this Friday? Thanks
21 March 2017|
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Response from celesteway | Reviewed this property |
Weather is not normally an issue at Parc Omega. If you are really concerned call them Thursday afternoon or Friday morning (open at 10 AM). (819) 423-5487
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Obrien0506
How much time should you schedule for a trip?
15 January 2017|
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Response from Leslie T | Reviewed this property |
I love Park Omega and depending on how much you like animals - 3 hours to all day. Bring tons of carrots. Costco size bags. If you go in the summer there are some nice pic-nic spots.
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OpieOP
Hi there, do cars get damaged by the animals? We will be renting a car, so it is best the car doesn't get damaged! Thanks.
28 December 2016|
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Response from Janice H | Reviewed this property |
No, I would think this is rare if you follow the warnings. The attraction for the animals is carrots. If you want to feed but not have the deer come too close, you can toss the carrots out. However if you have your windows... More
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