Blue Sea

Blue sea is a very small village, built on the shores of majestic Blue Sea lake, in Outaouais.

This village of 600 inhabitants has been a destination for Outaouais and Eastern Ontario vacationers for many generations. The main attraction of Blue Sea (besides the lake, obviously) is the regional Park of Mont Morissette, located to the west of Blue Sea lake.

This peak was chosen by the Ministry of Forests and Soils of Quebec to set up a forest fire observation tower, in the early 1930’s.

Today, from the top of the tower, tourists can have a breathtaking view on the fabulous region of the Valley of Gatineau, characterized by its peaks, valleys, lakes and centuries old forests. Hiking paths and cross-country ski trails are available for the toursists of all ages.

Guests can go fishing and hunting at Pourvoirie Domaine du Cerf which offers a sugar shack as well. Local beef and bio strawberries can be found at the Farm Celine Tremblay.

As to accommodation, there are a few B&B, cottages (auberge Solo, Chalets Ray-Lac) and a camping of Foret de l’Aigle (Eagle’s forest).

A very nice bar Le Chap is located at the center of Blue Sea near the marina of the Blue Sea lake.

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