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Our Time At The Parc Omega Wolf Cabin (Complete Review)

Our Time At The Parc Omega Wolf Cabin (Complete Review)

When it’s time to spread your wings from the top cities in Canada, it’s common to want to explore the Canadian outdoors too.

We often see people talk about Canadian weather in October or the beauty of Canadian National Parks, but it’s also important to look at other hidden gems in this beautiful country.

This includes the topic of discussion here – The Parc Omega Wolf Cabin.

We were in Montreal when we heard about Parc Omega and heard it was a beautiful park that allowed you access to wildlife in its natural habitat. We were intrigued by this idea because the Canadian wilderness is riveting.

As a result, we decided it was time to book the Parc Omega wolf cabin to see what it was all about.

This review is going to take a look at what the Parc Omega wolf cabin was all about and whether or not we enjoyed our time in the area.

Where Is Parc Omega?

Address – 399 QC-323, Montebello, QC J0V 1L0

Parc Omega is a well-regarded nature park situated in Montebello and is commonly visited by people from all over Canada to get an enhanced experience of the region’s wildlife and outdoors.

Cost Of Parc Omega Wolf Cabin

Let’s begin with the costs associated with going to the Parc Omega wolf cabin.

In general, it’s going to vary depending on how many people there are and what type of accommodation you are going for as a visitor.

We were two people, so we had to pay over $900 (CDN) or $450 per person. It can be more or less than this based on your situation.

As you can tell, this is a pricey endeavor but it is quite a unique adventure too.

So, what did we get for this amount of money?

We received a prospector tent for the night, kitchen equipment, solar lights, composting toilets, an entry pass, linens, and water in a jug. You will also have access to additional amenities on-site including the showering area.

You can also have access to a cottage for a larger group (i.e. 7+ people) or a Wi-tent that allows space for four people. If you have a larger group then it’s best to go with one of these options compared to a prospector tent since you can be together.

As for the kitchen equipment, it included cutlery, plates, bowls, a toaster, a coffee maker, a dishcloth, dish soap, and a garbage bin.

When Is Parc Omega Open?

There are set periods for when you can visit Parc Omega, so keep this in mind when you are preparing a trip to this part of Quebec.

The hours are:

  • 10:00 AM-4:00 PM (May 16 to June 19)
  • 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM(June 20 to Sept 7)
  • 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM (Sept 8 to Oct. 12)

Our Experience At The Parc Omega Wolf Cabin

Now, it’s time to break down our experience at the Parc Omega Wolf Cabin and whether or not it was worth the price of admission.

It all started by arriving at the site around 11 AM, but you can come at any time before 6 PM. We were then checked in based on how much we had paid and the type of accommodation we were going for (in our case a prospector tent).

At this point, we were told the day would end by 11 AM the next day.

If we take a look at the amenities, everything was well-maintained and clean. We enjoyed the tent and felt it was designed in line with what we had wanted for the nature park. It was also quiet in the area, which added to its allure but this might have been due to the time we went to the nature park.

We recommend coming earlier to the park because you can drive around a bit and watch the wildlife before you have to check in at around 4 PM. However, this is up to you and some people prefer to come right on time!

What about the wildlife?

Well, the wildlife was incredible whether it was from the car or the tent. You could tell there were moose, bison, beavers, wolves, and black bears in the area.

The experience is chilling but it’s also a great way to be one with nature and that’s what intrigued us the most. We wanted to be able to take photos of the park, explore the area, and also spend the night on-site.

Please note that you are going to be safe in the tents.

There is a footbridge that has been set up to make sure that’s the case. You will be able to view the wildlife without worry.

Just being in the tent was enthralling. The food was good and it was available nearby, which was a pleasant experience along with the sounds we were getting to hear. Just knowing there are animals nearby makes you enjoy the moment.

Final Verdict

This is what the Parc Omega wolf cabin is all about for those who want to be outdoors and have a good time with wolves around.

We adored our time here and highly recommend it for those who have the budget to do so. Yes, it’s pricey but everything is in line with that price. You are going to be treated well and the experience itself is memorable.

You can also go through our comparison of Montreal and Quebec City, our comparison of Montreal and Toronto, and our reasons for staying in Montreal.