Located amidst the Harricana forest, these facilities offer the possibility to collect esker water from the Périgny spring water source. The six interpretive panels contain information on how the eskers have formed, on the last great ice age and the influence of Lake Barlow-Ojibway. Visitors also learn about what characterizes the St-Mathieu-Berry esker. The last panel focuses on how Eska water is bottled. The layout of the site is suitable for a relaxing stop or a picnic with family and friends. For information to complement that provided on the interpretive panels, scan the QR codes with your smartphone.
The site includes an area to rest or enjoy a picnic with family or friends. The pavilion is situated at a distance of 6 km from the village via Chemin Lanoix up to Chemin des Sablières. For information complementary to what the interpretive panels provide, simply download an application that enables you to read the QR codes with your smartphone.
|Average visit duration:||45 min.|
|Opening hours:||May 15 thru October 15|
|Full access to persons with reduced mobility:||Yes|