2020 Terms and Conditions
Valid from April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2021
The advantage of purchasing your right of access on line is that you can head directly to the designated territory without having to stop at the reserve’s registration centre. However, the group leader is responsible for getting all of the information about the hunting trip: weather conditions, road conditions, access, quotas, etc. To do so, we recommend contacting the registration centre before the hunting trip.
The price of a right of access for small game hunting is $19.42 plus taxes. Children under 18 accompanied by an adult or guardian who hold a daily right of access are admitted free of charge.
You must pay the total amount of the transaction when you purchase a right of access on line. The payment must be made with a Visa, MasterCard or American Express credit card.
No cancellations, modifications or refunds are accepted. However, upon presentation of the file number (confirmation number) at the registration centre, it is possible to transfer a right of access to another person under the same conditions as the original purchase.
When you hunt, you must carry a valid small game hunting permit for Québec along with your firearms registration certificate. You must wear an orange vest. It’s a question of safety!
For all of the regulations for this activity, please consult of the main sport hunting rules in Québec.
Hunting dogs (flushers, pointers or retrievers) are allowed. However, it is important to note that trapping activities could be going on in certain areas.
The use of ATVs is not permitted in the day-hunting sector, except in the following wildlife reserves where ATVs are authorized on designated trails only:
Outdoor activities can involve certain risks, so always be sure to have the skills and abilities required for the activity you choose. Your abilities must not be impaired by alcohol, a drug or medication. It is very important to find out about the risks involved in the activity, to know and respect your own limits and to use appropriate equipment. We suggest that you visit our section Security.
Conserving the natural environment is everyone’s business. For this reason, the following is prohibited:
Closures or prohibition of activities
In the interest of safety and prevention, Sépaq reserves the right to prohibit the practice of activities normally offered or traffic in an establishment or sector thereof, when it deems it necessary or if there are risks to the safety of persons. Only the cancelled activity can be refunded or compensated.
By virtue of the Access to Information Law, Sépaq personnel may not transmit any information about clientele (e.g. name, site number, etc.). However, a bulletin board located at the reception post will be available to customers who wish to leave messages.
Anyone who breaks these rules may be expelled immediately without a refund.
Société des établissements de plein air du Québec, the Minister responsible for Sustainable Development, the Environment, Wildlife and Parks, and concessionaires reserve the right to restrict, modify or even cancel these activities and services if circumstances require.
The wildlife reserves are part of a network managed by the Société des établissements de plein air du Québec. They are under the authority of the Minister responsible for Sustainable Development, Environment, Wildlife and Parks.
For more information about hunting in general, visit: http://mffp.gouv.qc.ca/english/publications/online/wildlife/hunting-regulations/index.asp