Discover an exceptional animal ...
in its natural habitat
Interpretation Lodge at the White-tail Deer Interpretation Centre, and one of the hiking trails in the 17-km network.

The White-tail Deer Interpretation Centre, open from May to October, invites you to come and discover the white-tail deer in its natural habitat and enjoy the 17-km network of hiking trails.

The trails will give you a closer look at this exceptional animal, described as elegant, clever and even cunning. The trails are open during the summer and closed during the hunting season.

There is no charge but donations are gratefully accepted to help us care for the deer.

The more we study this marvellous creature, the more we learn about its nature and the more we realize how little we actually know about it.

Visiting the Centre means...

  • Discovering the white-tail deer when you tour the Interpretation Lodge
  • Admiring our fawns in an enclosure close by
  • These fawns are in rehabilitation before they are released in the fall
  • Our mission is to care for those whose mothers were hit by a car or injured by a predator
  • We care for them, feed them and make sure their return to nature is a huge success

Visiting the Centre means...

  • Choosing to hike the 17 km of trails
  • Or choosing to hike one of the 4 loops of the main trail
  • Discovering the beauty of the Rouge Falls
  • Admiring the Lac des Trente-et-un milles (31-Mile Lake) from the magnificent lookout on the Régalis loop

Make a reservation and you can also tour the magnificent loggers' shelter on Gabriel Bay, Lac des Trente-et-un milles. For more information, contact municipality staff at 819-449-4134.


Centre contact information


6, chemin du Barrage
PO Box 155
Ste-Thérèse-de-la-Gatineau, QC
J0X 2X0
Website : click here

Conditions of use   |   Contact Us   |   About
© All right reserved - Centre d'interprétation de l'historique de la protection de la forêt contre le feu
Powered by : Sogercom Vallée de la Gatineau   |   Hosted by : Portail de la Vallée de la Gatineau