Bistro Le Forain
Great french cuisine. Fresh local ingredients. Interesting theme and ambiance.
“Leamy Lake Park is a 174-hectare natural space, which surrounds Lac Leamy, a body of water accessible by boat via navigation channel from the Gatineau River. Summer tourists can enjoy the spacious beach, which has public facilities and lifeguards in-season, as well as concessions, a picnic area, volleyball courts, and a playground. The park is also popular with bird-watchers and contains many walking trails and paths, but perhaps its most remarkable features are its numerous archaeological sites, with artifacts from indigenous peoples who inhabited the land for more than 5,000 years before Europeans arrived. Among items recovered here in the park are pottery, tools, and items made from local copper. Leamy Lake Park is also home to the Wright-Scott House, the farm established by the founder of Hull colony, Philemon Wright. Excavations at that site have uncovered more artifacts, these originating from the 19th century, including dolls, ”
“Natural park, old quartz quarry, with hiking trails, lake, kayak rental, charcoal BBQ and recreational facilities. ”
“Amazing steakhouse! mmmm good! Great Service. Sit on the patio by the water and enjoy the view if you like!”