The farm animals drive

Sur la piste des petites bêtes
Ferme la Belle et ses Bêtes

Selfies with donkeys and alpacas

Agritourism aficionados who love picking their own berries and tasting fresh farm produce will be in seventh heaven on this tour! And at each stop, your munchkins will be able to pet or feed small two- or four-legged farm animals. Our farms await you with a warm welcome and some great photo-ops with the animals! Delicious discoveries and the best zootherapy ever!

From Notre-Dame-de-L’Ile-Perrot to Rivière-Beaudette

Time

½ day

# of stops

3 stops

Distance

53 km

Stops

  • 1 Ferme Quinn
  • 2 Les Alpagas de la Petite Côte
  • 3 Ferme La Belle et ses bêtes

Ferme Quinn 1

2495, Boulevard Perrot Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot Québec J7V 8P4

514-453-1510

Only 20 minutes from Montréal on lovely Île Perrot, the Quinn farm has been a family favourite for two generations. The perfect outing for families with young children, this family-run business lets visitors explore the inner workings of a real farm from barn to fields. Spring, summer, and fall the fields are full of fruits to harvest. Pick your own strawberries, blueberries, tomatoes, corn, pumpkins, and apples. Tractor-rides and hay-bale mazes are a treat in the fresh open air. The barn is home to goats, pigs, sheep, chickens, and rabbits who love to meet new friends. On your way out, be sure to stop at the shop for some home-baked goodies and local products such as eggs, breads, cheeses, oils, soaps, crafts and more. The Quinn farm is happy to accommodate groups from schools, daycares, and seniors’ centres.

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Les Alpagas de la Petite Côte 2

1423, Chemin Saint-Louis Saint-Lazare Québec J7T 2Y9

514-235-2729

Alpagas de la Petite Côte is an agricultural business and craft studio specializing in alpaca wool textiles. Locally-sourced and transformed, The quality of the finished product, spun and woven by hand in Eastern Canada, starts with careful selection of the best alpacas, raised under the highest standards. Mélanie is an expert in the sorting and grading of alpaca fibre and trains other fibre producers.

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Ferme La Belle et ses bêtes 3

95, Chemin Houle Rivière-Beaudette Québec J0P 1R0

514-779-1796

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