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Vieux Moulin de Metgermette-Nord

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Chaudière-Appalaches Sainte-Aurélie
Erected in 1873, downstream from Lac des Abénaquis, this imposing four-storey structure is testimony to one of the last attempts at the French colonization of North America. Divided into a sawmill and a flour mill, it demonstrates how wood and grain were milled.
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150, ch. des Bois-Francs, Sainte-Aurélie, Québec, Canada, G0M 1M0

Vehicle and Parking Services

  • Signed access (blue signs)
  • Free parking
  • Parking for buses
  • Parking for motor homes (RV)

Available activities

  • Films, projection
  • Fishing
  • Guided tour
  • Ice fishing
  • Ice skating
  • Legends
  • Pedals boat
  • Self-guided tour
  • Stand-up paddle boarding
  • Swimming


  • Boutique

Restaurant and food services

  • Picnic area
  • Snack bar

Eligible customers

  • Adults
  • Teens
  • Children
  • Groups
  • Minimum age required: 8


  • Tours : in french
  • Tours : in english
  • Possible off-season opening
  • Booking required
  • Maximum capacity: 40

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