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Whether you find farm life quaint and relaxing, or just need to experience picking your own fruits and vegetables, Quebec has you covered. Regions like Montérégie, Laval, the Laurentides, and even major cities like Montréal and Quebec City feature the best examples of agritourism in Quebec.
Grab a cooler, some comfortable shoes, and your sense of adventure for this trek through Quebec’s scenic farmsteads. Don’t miss organic selections at Cap-Saint-Jacques Nature Park's Ecological Farm in Montreal, or check out Bleu Lavande in Fitch Bay – Canada’s largest producer of lavender.
Enjoy pick-your-own farms around Quebec City like Ferme aux petits fruits, Ferme le Comte de Roussy, Ferme Guillaume Létourneau, Ferme Jean-Pierre Plante, Ferme Liz Ouellet, and Ferme Estivale – plus many more. Agritourists with families are encouraged to explore Sainte-Famille – offering petting farms at Ferme Laval Gagnon, and tractor rides Ferme Gaston Drouin.
For those looking for a theme, agriculturally heavy trails course throughout eastern and western Quebec. Don’t miss the Flavour Trail in Charlevoix, the Cider Route in the Montérégie region, and the Gourmet Route in Québec City and Charlevoix. The stunning Country Roads route crosses through Lanaudière, the Pommes en fête route is set in the Laurentides, and the Cheese, Cranberry & Gourmet Delight Drive is located in Centre-du-Québec.
Whether you knew it or not, the majority of maple syrup is produced in Quebec. That means early spring in Quebec brings out the sweet side of the countryside. Unique to QC, cabanes-a-sucre, or sugar shacks, are the best way to experience maple syrup season in eastern Canada. From picnics to pick-your-own, Quebec offers top agritourism with plenty of scenery along the way.