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Welcome to our house!
In 2015, the Savard Group, a family of St-Ubalde who has been involved in the forestry industry for four generations, is launching out into recreational tourism. Development is born through its subsidiary, Gestion Multi-Éco. Phase 1, Domaine du lac Galette, is being carried out on a 10-km2 lot in the municipality of Notre-Dame-de-Montauban: $ 80,000 has been invested to date to renovate two sugar shacks and territory planning. Since the maple water processing operations of the 30,000 cuts are now taking place at the new boiling center at St-Ubalde, these two buildings were becoming unused. The idea of turning them into rental chalets and offering them to tourists and vacationers is born.
The location of the Domaine du Lac Galette gives access to a large territory dotted with several lakes, about ten kilometers of forest roads and, most recently, walking trails of a few kilometers.
Intimacy and feeling of grandeur are at the rendezvous.
The Domaine du lac Galette, rustic style room on room, can accommodate up to 14 people. There is also a stable of 3 boxes and a park for horses.
The 5 bedrooms of the chalet de l’Érablière du Castor can comfortably accommodate 16 people. The chalet also has a lounge and a game room with a pool table and the place can soon accommodate a corporate clientele for meetings, training or office parties.
This project is in constant development as Multi-Eco Management intends to transform this territory into a recreational tourism space that respects the environment. This year, major efforts are devoted to the renovation of buildings, land use planning and boat rental (kayak, rowboat, canoe and SUP). From 2017, new infrastructures will be built to accommodate groups of 2 to 6 people. There is also talk in the near future of continuing to develop the territory in order to offer easier access to the lakes and to add several kilometers of trails.
The Savard Group is also expanding its nature conservation efforts by creating a 1.3-km marsh conservation park and directing its logging to favor wildlife.
For any questions or reservations, contact David Michaud, wildlife technician and responsible for the development of rental projects at 418-326-0786.