Les Jardins du Grand Duc

Gardens and Nature Walk

These 300 000 sq. ft. gardens surrounded by 300 acres of forest were created on a former Indian reservation in the Bras-du-Nord Valley near Saint-Raymond. Here, Mother Nature has wrapped herself in a beautiful chromatic cloak made up of over 5000 perennials. The site, which is constantly evolving, is a celebration of water, earth, light and life. Gift shop featuring handmade products, luxurious washrooms, bird-watching trail, marquee with caterer and horse-drawn carriage for special events.

Schedule:
All Days: 9am - 9pm

1460, rang Saguenay
Saint-Raymond, QC,
G3L 3G3
Les Jardins du Grand Duc

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