Omega Park

Omega Park

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At this year-round nature park less than an hour's drive east of Ottawa, you can see a variety of Canadian wildlife on a 12-kilometre (7.5-mile) self-drive safari.

Dazzle your kids with a trip through Omega Park's 2,200-acre (890-hectare) preserve in Montebello, Quebec. You might see deer, elk, bison, caribou and other animals roaming in their natural habitats. Pick up a bag of carrots at the entrance so you can feed some of the curious animals that come right up to your car.

Before or after your safari, explore the one-kilometre (0.6-mile) hiking/snowshoeing trail that leads past Indigenous totems carved by Algonquin artist Dennis Charette. On certain dates in summer and fall, you can hike an illuminated forest trail, then enjoy singing and storytelling, during Omega by Night.

And if you can't bear to leave, you don't have to—you can stay overnight in a tipi, tent or cabin from spring through fall. Or consider the ultimate experience: a night in one of the special wolf cabins (available year round), with panoramic windows looking directly into the wolf den.

Location

Omega Park

Omega Park

399, route 323 North
Montebello ON J0V 1L0
Canada

Omega Park

Omega Park

399, route 323 North
Montebello ON J0V 1L0
Canada

More Details

Address
399, route 323 North Montebello
Local
Major credit cards accepted
Accessibility: Entry
Partial
Accessibility: Washrooms
Partial
Dates & Hours of Operation
DailyParc Oméga is OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND!High season:9:00 AM to 5 PM,the park closes at 7 PMLow season:10 AM to 4 PMthe park closes at 5 PM
Reservations (Large Groups)
Required
Distance to Shaw Centre (km)
56.0
Distance to Parliament Hill (km)
57.0
Distance to airport (km)
76.0
Admission (regular adult price)
31 CAD to 40 CAD
Student Friendly
Coach Parking
Onsite
Comp policy for the Driver and/or the Escort
Driver only
Fully-Independent Traveller Rates Offered
Group Menu Available
Group Rates Offered
Maximum Group Size
500

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