Omega Park
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
About
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. .
Duration: 2-3 hours
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  • Avi R
    Israel320 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    At least 2 hours of pleasure
    The best safari ever! The deers are all around you, playing with the wild boar, which are also surrounding you. Bring tons of carrots for the free feeding of the animals, you can wonder for hours looking at those animals from 2 intches distance
    Visited June 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 3 July 2023
  • Holly H
    64 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I FINALLY SAW A MOOSE!!
    This was so much cooler than I could ever have imagined - tons of different kinds of deer converge on your car to eat the carrots you have purchased , right out from your hands- they are very polite for the most part and docile! It’s a little scary that you might hurt them with your car as you drive slowly through the packs of deer that come to visit.. but surprisingly that didn’t happen. The 7.5 mile drive took us about two hours and we did finally see a moose!! White arctic foxes have a special area , with fences that you drive through , and bears are more of a zoo like experience - fences up that you can see… and NOT drive through.. lol. It was a lovely park.. my only question? How many carrots DO the deer eat daily? And is it safe for them to eat so many?
    Visited July 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 6 August 2023
  • Livius
    Italy42 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Super!
    I have been visiting many zoos and parks for work and free time, but this one is amazing. Fauna is 100% North American. We spent there 8+ hrs, and the mood and feeling were great for the whole time. We highly recommend it.
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 7 August 2023
  • Biscuit
    55 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Absolutely amazing place - just wow!
    This was an amazing place, the whole family loved it. I have never been somewhere where the animals are so tame and willing to approach for carrots. It is like the West Midlands Safari park (U.K.) on steroids. We did two laps round the safari loop and were there from 10 -6pm. An amazing day, one of the best days on our trip. Just take lots of carrots. I think we used up 7 bags of carrots but we loved feeding the animals. The animals were very keen for carrots in the morning (to the point they were waiting by the first cattle grid), the last loop before closing enabled us to see different animals such as the free running wolves and the moose since the park was quieter and cooler. The deer still wanted carrots but it was a calmer experience!
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 1 September 2023
  • The Alons
    New Jersey26 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fun visit
    Well maintained and easy access to see & feed the wild life. Highly recommended for all group ages. At the end of November there was already some snow and lakes were frozen but still is worth the visit. We will try to come back during summer to see the bears. Easy drive from Montreal.
    Visited November 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 25 December 2023
  • Sarah Z
    Exeter, United Kingdom224 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Wonderful
    Wonderful place where you can get close up and personal with some of the animals. Make sure to take a big bag of carrots! Despite the dreadful weather, we saw most of the animals, only missing out on the bears who no doubt were safely tucked up for the winter.
    Visited December 2023
    Travelled with friends
    Written 25 December 2023
  • Jon9344
    Workington, United Kingdom241 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Amazing place
    We were recommended to try here as we were heading to Montreal from Ottawa, so pleased we did. It was a Saturday so naturally going to be busier but still easy to navigate and see the animals come upto the car for a carrot. Seen some amazing animals on the route including some bears that came out whilst we were heading past. We bought carrots before entering but they can be bought at the park. There are cafe facilities with a little gift shop etc around the route. Recommended for sure
    Visited December 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 31 December 2023
  • Cory
    Orillia, Canada5 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Already planning out return
    Parc Omega provided an unparalleled experience for our family! Our son adored feeding the deer, and the diverse wildlife—elk, bison, wolves, bears, foxes, and more—left us in awe. The pods were a delightful stay, offering cleanliness, coziness, and all amenities amidst nature. With electricity, hot water, AC, heating, and a well-equipped kitchenette, these pods ensure comfort. The queen bed and mezzanine double bed were perfect for our family adventure. The restaurant overlooking the lake offered stunning views of elk crossings. The staff's excellence enhanced our dining pleasure. A solid 10/10—already planning our return!
    Visited November 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 8 January 2024
  • Ozetravellers
    Gold Coast, Australia1,051 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Wolf chalet overnight - wow!!!!
    We drove from Montreal which took 1.5 hours . Park was easy to find. It is huge . As it was winter the bears were sleeping though we managed to see one which came out of its den briefly for some reason (rather confused)! There is a restaurant at the entrance where you can buy a bag of carrots for $4. Bring your own - it will be much cheaper! You need at least a bag per person as the animals (mainly deer) will surround your car and put their heads in The window til you feed them! The only problem we had was that the radio didn’t play information as was advertised. We also stayed in the wolf chalet overnight. We checked in at 4pm (earliest possible) and it was absolutely amazing !!! Book well in advance ! It was a full house with full kitchen so you can take your dinner and breakfast. The good restaurant at the park is only wed-sun. In the morning there is a private wolf tour with feeding and information. There is time to go back and check out . There is free entry to the park the day before and after your stay . Expensive but once in a lifetime experience!!
    Visited January 2024
    Travelled with family
    Written 25 January 2024
  • Lucie M
    11 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Omega park Mega bucks to visit !
    Unfortunately the price is way too high for a family of 4. At $200 for 1 hour we simply couldn’t afford it. It’s too bad management doesn’t adjust pricing per car like it used to be vs per person especially in the winter.
    Visited February 2024
    Travelled with family
    Written 18 February 2024
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Christine A
Montreal, Quebec, Canada475 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Couples
My fiancé and I drove 500Km to spend the weekend here to celebrate my birthday. We planned this trip 2 months ago, so in early April, we were able to take advantage of their spring promotional sale, saving 35% on the regular admission tickets to the park.

Our trip started by a full day visit of Parc Oméga. After a quick stop at the Park House, OmégaBon restaurant and a bathroom break, we embarked on this fantastic journey. Right at the entrance, you were greeted by so many deers and elks expecting to be fed, which was exciting and fun. The animals were so well behaved, some shy, others were curious, and most would come to you without hesitation.
*Tip: Bring binoculars to see animals that are far into fields.

At the big Inukshuk statue, we turned left heading over to Zone 4 (the Land of the First Nations). You can park here and walk the short 700-meter-trail, called the Alley of the Talking Trees, that goes around a nice trout lake, totem poles, sheltered picnic tables, benches and so much more. It was an ideal place for us to stretch our legs again after the initial 5-hour-drive.
*Tip: Bring quarters with you if you want to purchase food to feed the trouts.

We spent 3h30 in the park itself, driving around very slowly (there is a speed limit of 20Km/hr or 12 miles per hour to ensure safety of animals), feeding carrots to animals we were allowed to feed. Please do not hunk if animals are standing in front of your car, be patient, one with nature, and let it take its course. Gently move forward once the animals have cleared the way, or rev your engine a little bit and move very softly to let animals know you are about to move forward, so they clear the path safely. Use common sense and be kind to all kinds (human and animals alike).
*Tip: Go to Costco and buy a 10lbs bag of carrots and pace yourself feeding animals as to not run out too fast at the beginning of your day. I had pre-cut all carrots in half and then in 4, the day before our visit, so it was actually easier for smaller animals to chew on, and it also lasted me 2 days. If you run out, they also do sell carrot bags at the Park House when you arrive at Parc Oméga, or at Bonichoix grocery store in downtown Montebello.

We did park our vehicle once we got to the Lumberjack's Camp Gift Shop, which is Zone 11 (called The Land of Pioneers). We grabbed a pulled pork poutine for lunch and started walking towards the wolves observatory. Timing was perfect as an employee started sharing information about them upon our arrival. She fed the wolves small pieces of meat as she gave us information; so 7 wolves came very close to the high platform from which we could observe those absolutely stunning animals (great photo/video opportunities). You will find lots of informative panels on the first floor of this observatory that will give the avid readers a lot more valuable information on wolves.

We explored around this large area and got to the Arial boardwalk. That was fun. We walked to the barn and silo looking bridge where we saw lamas. Unfortunately, it started raining heavily (and did not grab the umbrella from the Jeep), so we headed back towards the main buildings, seeing a heron, ducks & ducklings, Canada geese and their babies and wild turkeys along the way, which was absolutely terrific.

We continued our drive from sections 12 through 20 which brought us to the end of our visit.
As we exited, we turned right to go to the Accommodations reception to check-in for our overnight stay in a teepee. Once again, perfect timing, as check-in is 16h00 (4PM). We were provided with a map of the area, given information about wolves & bears feeding times (don't miss those) which were 17:30 (5h30PM), 18:10 (6:10PM), 18:30 (6:30PM) and 19:00 (7PM) at the time of writing this review.

After spending about 45 minutes there, we set up our teepee for the night.
If you forget your bed sheets or sleeping bags, you can rent beddings on site ($).
You will be able to use the shared bathrooms facilities, which were clean and had lots of toilet paper, but does not have potable water (so you might want to bring your own). The common kitchen area does not have potable water either, but these buildings are located a short walk from your teepee. There, you will find a ping pong and a foosball table, many tables and chairs, stove, kettle, toaster and other amenities. Again, the kitchen does not have potable water out of the running taps, but there is a 18.9L bottle of drinking water at your disposal in the common kitchen.
*Tip: Bring your own dishes, camping kit if you want to cook in the common kitchen or on your fire pit, your food, flashlights, camping chairs (although you will have a picnic table and fire pit fitted with a removable flat grill and protective dome provided at your camping site).
Small camping carts are also available to carry your luggage from the parking lot to your teepee, which is great for families that might have lots of luggage & supplies to carry to their accommodation.
*Please note that no pets or assistance dogs are allowed in the accommodations for safety purposes.
*Note that teepees don't have electricity, but they are fitted with 2 double beds and mattresses, which were very comfortable. Also, they have placed a cap over the smoke hole at the very top of the teepee impeding water infiltration in case of rain.

Suggestion: Bring binoculars, cameras, tripod, smart phones, charging blocks for your electronics, an umbrella, a rain jacket, a wool blanket, your sleeping bag, a pillow, ear plugs, kindling, firewood, cardboard, papers and/or fire starters, camping chairs, bottles of water, along with all necessities you might require such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, hair brush, shampoo, etc.

Because it was my birthday, we had dinner at the nearby Le Château Montebello for a romantic evening in the biggest log cabin in the world, so I would not be able to comment on the Bistronomique Restaurant, Boréal Restaurant, nor the Cocktail with wolves event you should all be booked ahead of time... but we did grab a coffee and sandwich from the OmégaBon restaurant the following morning which were satisfying.

Now, the highlight of it all was hearing the wolves howling at night, no less than 5 times (at 22:30, 01:30, 03:00, 05:00 and 05:30). Disconnecting from the city life and being fully immerse in nature is what we came here for; we were happy mother nature was so generous with us in experiencing so much of its beauties up close, providing many opportunities to see animals we would otherwise probably never see. I know some people complained about not having great cellular reception on site. Well, you are in a dense forested area, where we are communing with nature... this is the time to truly immerse yourself in your surroundings, unplug, be aware of all the beautiful birds songs, be receptive, open minded and conscious of where you are. Don't expect to have all the cities commodities while in the woods.

Another great surprise was that we were allowed to go for a second visit the day after our overnight, for free, using the same tickets as the previous day. Fantastic!
We drove around once more and saw the incredibly beautiful Przewalski horses, moose, coyotes and bisons, as well as section 14 & 15 we missed the day before.
This Sunday morning was definitely less busy, perfect for a quick unrestrained drive.

The staff we interacted with throughout the weekend was all very pleasant, although the large majority was much younger.

Overall, this was a delightful experience that I would want to do again either as a couple, with friends or as a family. I strongly recommend coming here after doing your own research, proper planning and leave your expectations at home. Life sometimes sends you surprises, gifts and rewards for keeping an open mind, being positive and grateful. For instance, if you are lucky to rent an accommodation less than 4 days prior to your stay, you will benefit from up to 35% discount on it (which makes a huge difference if you want to rent the Wolves Cabin or one of their new Panoramic Cottages since these are quite expensive). If you are someone who plans well ahead of time, watch for their spring promotions and book at less busy times of year, if possible. These are great ways to save money on your family vacation.

I hope you will enjoy your experience.
Written 10 June 2024
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María Q
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Couples
This park is portrayed as a place where conservation and education around wildlife are the top priorities. However, this park is absolutely the opposite of that. You will see wild animals such as bears and wolfs encaged, roaming while you go around in your vehicle feeding elks, deers and mooses from your window without ever turning the engine off. We saw several people throwing the carrots directly towards the animals in a very disrispectful way. The employees will spread the food directly on the road just to make sure that they come near the cars. What about all the car fumes that they are breathing? what about their well-being? If you care a little bit about wildlife DO NOT COME HERE. It is a parking lot where wild animals are being kept. Very saddening experience and I hope they will shut down or receive some serious ammends.
The staff do not even encourage people to not throw the food directly at the animals, to turn their music off, of to drive slowly. Some people were even honking at animals. Anyway, this is worse than a circus or a cruel zoo. They let a huge amount of cars to come in at the same time, it is like being stuck in traffic but with wild animals approcahing you in a miserable state just to get a piece of food. Seriously, how irresponsible, mindless and cruel experience.
Written 19 May 2024
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leahsonnichsen
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Family
Customer service not at all helpful when asking for an adjustment to the booking. They gave a generic answer and were unwilling to really help.
Written 3 April 2024
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Laurie N
2 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Couples
Parc Omega is beautiful and the people who work there were kind and professional.However, please know that it is a zoo, not a nature preserve (as I mistakenly assumed). My lovely spouse booked a night for us here in a “wolf cabin” after I had said it was on my bucket list (from the amazing pics on Instagram).

I am sure that captivity works well for any of the animals. It is well known today that this is not true for wolves. The dysfunctional and strange behavior was on display our entire visit, and I left feeling very upset that I had contributed to funding this. I understand that Mother Nature can be cruel and there are harsh realities, however this situation was created and perpetuated by man. You can see this sad, alienated wolf who was attacked several times during our visit in the pic. The next day I understood from a caretaker that this situation has been going on for months (not just related to breeding)and being in captivity completely changes their behaviors.
Written 19 March 2024
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greeneyes630
Maugansville, MD1 854 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2024 • Couples
My husband and I stayed 2 nights while road tripping Niagara Falls to Montreal. Parc Omega was absolutely the highlight of our trip. We stayed in a wolf chalet. One does not need to stay overnight to enjoy the drive through safari. Bring lots of carrots these animals have a bottomless pit. And be ready to laugh your way through.
About the chalet. The layout is duplex style. The walls are thin, we could occasionally hear muffled voices. There’s a pack of 5 wolves. A suggestion to the Parc: a photo with name and age of each pack member would be helpful. We stayed in unit 3, a 2 bedroom, 2 story, nicely furnished unit. Housekeeping could do a better job. Our floor was filthy, not just dirt, but I found clumps of the previous guest’s hair weave. We went into town to buy windex because the floor to ceiling windows were smudged with hand prints. The kitchen is fully stocked to prepare whatever meal you’d like. The floors are heated throughout the downstairs, we didn’t see controls for upstairs, so we’re guessing they are not. One bedroom has a balcony. There’s a wood burning stove. Outside has a fire pit and chairs. We would absolutely stay again and highly recommend.
We ate in the restaurant and coffee shop, purchased in the gift shop, as well as, ate in town and made 2 trips to the grocery store.
Written 9 March 2024
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Lucie M
11 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Family
Unfortunately the price is way too high for a family of 4. At $200 for 1 hour we simply couldn’t afford it. It’s too bad management doesn’t adjust pricing per car like it used to be vs per person especially in the winter.
Written 18 February 2024
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Ozetravellers
Gold Coast, Australia1 051 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Family
We drove from Montreal which took 1.5 hours . Park was easy to find. It is huge . As it was winter the bears were sleeping though we managed to see one which came out of its den briefly for some reason (rather confused)! There is a restaurant at the entrance where you can buy a bag of carrots for $4. Bring your own - it will be much cheaper! You need at least a bag per person as the animals (mainly deer) will surround your car and put their heads in The window til you feed them! The only problem we had was that the radio didn’t play information as was advertised.

We also stayed in the wolf chalet overnight. We checked in at 4pm (earliest possible) and it was absolutely amazing !!! Book well in advance ! It was a full house with full kitchen so you can take your dinner and breakfast. The good restaurant at the park is only wed-sun. In the morning there is a private wolf tour with feeding and information. There is time to go back and check out . There is free entry to the park the day before and after your stay . Expensive but once in a lifetime experience!!
Written 25 January 2024
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Brittany T
3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Family
One of the best experiences for a family with young kids. Stayed in the Wolf Lodge and it absolutely worth it.
Written 18 January 2024
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akostich_11
Los Angeles, CA553 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Couples
We booked Parc Omega for a weekend nearly a year in advance (it books up early!) and it was worth the wait! We ended up reserving the Tundra Wolf Lodge--and we HIGHLY recommend this accommodation--it is the best of the wolf lodges with gigantic A-frame windows overlooking an area that's home to a pack of 13 grey wolves! Best of all, the animals often congregated right in front of our windows, peering at us just inches from our face! It was truly breathtaking, wonderful, comfortable, and such a unique and awesome experience. The lodge sleeps 6, but it's worth it for just a couple, or a family of 4. There is a full kitchen and well appointed bathroom area--you really don't need much of anything else!
Written 16 January 2024
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Cory
Orillia, Canada5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Family
Parc Omega provided an unparalleled experience for our family! Our son adored feeding the deer, and the diverse wildlife—elk, bison, wolves, bears, foxes, and more—left us in awe. The pods were a delightful stay, offering cleanliness, coziness, and all amenities amidst nature. With electricity, hot water, AC, heating, and a well-equipped kitchenette, these pods ensure comfort. The queen bed and mezzanine double bed were perfect for our family adventure. The restaurant overlooking the lake offered stunning views of elk crossings. The staff's excellence enhanced our dining pleasure. A solid 10/10—already planning our return!
Written 8 January 2024
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