Divided between the Lanaudière and Laurentides regions, Réserve faunique Rouge-Matawin is characterized by a well-defined duality. Two watersheds supply water to this reserve next to Parc national du Mont-Tremblant, giving it two distinct characters: to the west, the sometimes spirited and sometimes lazy Rivière Rouge and its tributaries, where speckled trout thrive, and to the east, the winding and mysterious Rivière Matawin and its tributaries teeming with Northern pike.
Are you still looking for one of the best hunting areas? Seeking a vast and exclusive territory? Book now your next hunting stay in a wildlife reserve. Check out our availability calendar to find out what's still available in terms of hunting for moose and white-tailed deer.
Due to growing popularity among camping enthusiasts, we’ve added some new ready-to-camp sites for this summer: 5 new Huttopia tents at Parc national de Plaisance, and 5 new Hékipia tents at Papineau-Labelle, La Vérendrye, Rouge-Matawin and Mastigouche wildlife reserves. Book yours now!
The 5 new Modik cabins in Réserve faunique Rouge-Matawin will host their first anglers next season! Book your fishing package with accommodations in these fully-equipped cabins for 30% less than standard 4-person cabins.
In the mood for a few more days of fishing? Plan next summer’s fishing trip with cabin accommodations and get 20% off the third and subsequent days. Certain conditions apply. Book >
Try the easiest formula for a short fishing getaway! One-night stays available. All the cabins are available for one night with a minimum of only 2 people. Fish the evening of your arrival and again the next day. Certain conditions apply. Book >
You can now book your 2014 stay in a Huttopia tent, Hékipia tent or a tent trailer at the national parks, wildlife reserves and tourist resorts. Families, couples or groups of friends, discover the joys of camping without having to bring your own equipment! Shop >
The borders of the wildlife reserve's moose hunting sectors and white-tailed deer hunting sectors can now be seen on a downloadable KML file. Click here
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