Sugar shacks & country-style dining
When they arrived in America, the French were introduced to the legendary maple syrup by the Native Americans who had long been aware of its existence. First tapped in a rudimentary fashion, then with an ax and finally a torch, the maple tree has brought a festive atmosphere to the spring season with its sweet water, bringing families and friends together each year during sugaring off time. Discover one of the many sugar shacks located in the Laurentian region; joy is always on the menu, in the tradition of the good old days.
The authentic Apple Shack, unique to the Laurentians, is set up on a family-run orchard in a rustic countrified atmosphere.
Since 1945, the restaurant Au Petit Poucet offers traditional and authentic Québec cuisine.
The Constantin Family...a love story! Since 1941, three generations have been serving tasty Canadian dishes. In the spring, the tradition continues with the sugaring-off season.
Travel back in time! This old, rustic cabin and the various antique tools hanging from its walls or dotting the landscape give the site the feel of a small museum.
Since 1913, Cabana à sucre Lalande has been welcoming thousands of visitors each season, all happy to be in such a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Le Chalet du Ruisseau is a sugar shack and reception room in the countryside open year round for activities and events like sugaring-off time, the end-of-year holiday season, New Year’s Eve, apple-
Come and discover Aux Saveur du Printemps run by a fifth generation of the family specialized in maple syrup production, as well as numerous maple derivatives marrying tradition and innovation.
Satisfy your sweet tooth at Cabane à sucre D’Amours! This sugar shack is filled with folklore, history and ambiance, perfect to experience sugaring off time like in the good old days.
Log cabin, antique decor, olden day’s ambience. Small farm in a country setting. All you can eat quality meals and home-made pure maple syrup products.
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