Sugar shacks & country-style dining | Tourisme Laurentides
Given the epidemiological situation, a vaccination passport is in place since September 1, 2021. The vaccination passport can allow access to certain places or to engage in certain activities deemed non-essential or at high risk of spreading COVID-19. For information on all the places and activities this will include, see the Places and Activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page .
Given the epidemiological situation, a vaccination passport is in place since September 1, 2021. The vaccination passport can allow access to certain places or to engage in certain activities deemed non-essential or at high risk of spreading COVID-19. For information on all the places and activities this will include, see the Places and Activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page .

Sugar shacks & country-style dining

Taste the delicious tradition!

When they came to America, the French were introduced to what would become their legendary maple syrup by the First Nations, who had long known about it. First tapped with just a notch and then with axes and finally spouts, maples have made spring a party with their sweet sap, annually bringing together families and friends for sugaring time. The Laurentians are home to many sugar shacks where joy always awaits in the traditions of the past.

Sainte-Marguerite-du-Lac-Masson

COVID-19 – Update : this sugar shack is open for take-out. Please note that some services may not be offered; always check before a visit.

Piedmont

COVID-19 – Update : Opening on March 12 for take-out.