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In the Realm of Whitetailed Deer

The White-tail Deer Interpretation Center, open from May to October, invites you to come and   discover the white-tail deer in its natural habitat and enjoy the 14-km network of hiking   trails.The White-tail Deer Interpretation Center, open from May to October, invites you to come and discover the white-tail deer in its natural habitat and enjoy the 14-km network of hiking trails. Photo Sogercom.com

Beautiful scenery along the White-tail Deer Interpretation Center network of  hiking trails.Beautiful scenery along the White-tail Deer Interpretation Center network of hiking trails.When Sainte-Thérèse-de-la-Gatineau comes up in conversation, thought turns to the marvellous
waterways and its magnificent landscapes consisting of, among other things, sugar maple and
white pine forests, all of which help make it a destination of choice.

Lakes such as the Thirty-one Mile Lake (one of the most attractive in Quebec and renowned for
its crystal clear water) Lac des Pères, Grand Lac Rond, Beaulieu, Marcelin, Michel and de la
Vieille attract many visitors. The Gatineau River is another waterway that is gaining in
popularity due to the white water activities that take place there.

The white-tail deer yard at Thirty-one Mile Lake is partially located in the municipality of
Sainte-Thérèse-de-la-Gatineau and considered to be the largest continental yard in Quebec. The
municipality established a White-tail Deer Interpretation Centre that you will be able to
visit when you spend some time here. You will also be able to take in all that nature has to
offer by taking a stroll along our 14 km long pedestrian paths.

COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! is our motto, and we hope your visit to this site will mark the
beginning of a long adventure.

Looking forward to your visit!