Info-Nature Mauricie, a not-for-profit organization and manager responsible for the Wabenaki-Andrew Domaine, is bound by a partnership agreement with the Parks Canada Agency, which owns the buildings erected on federal territory.
Failure to comply with any of these conditions could result in the prohibition of leasing the Estate for future use.
ACCESS TO THE DOMAINE WABENAKI – ANDREW
A distance of 3.5 km separates the Saint-Gérard-des-Laurentides parking lot from the Domaine. Since vehicles are prohibited on the trail, this route must be on foot, by bike or by ski and snowshoes.
To find out the deadlines for a refund, in the event of a cancellation or a modification, see our policy.
If access to the Domaine (Trail # 3 and # 3A) is closed by the authorities of the Park national de la Mauricie, you will be entitled to an equivalent stay during the current season or the following summer.
If a random draw is required for the distribution of fishing licenses, the client who has not been selected will not be entitled to a refund.
If the fishing season is closed due to quotas on Parker Lake and / or the fishing lake prior to Labor Day, the customer will not be entitled to a refund.
If the customer is evicted during his stay for non-compliance with the conditions of use, he/she will not be entitled to any refund.
Info-Nature Mauricie is not responsible and will not provide any refund due to a power failure resulting from weather condition or other circumstances beyond its control.
Info-Nature Mauricie is not responsible and will not provide any refund due to bad weather conditions, snow storm or other circumstances beyond its control.
Info-Nature Mauricie is not responsible and will not provide any refund in case where the cross-country ski trailhead is not totally open or that the weather conditions are unfavourable to practicing your sport.
There will be no refund for inclement weather or any nuisance resulting from chalet life such as mosquitoes or animal population.