(MAGOG) The new facility of the Mont-Orford National Park will welcome their first customers starting today. Valued at more than $ seven million, the work done should enhance the experience of people who visit the camping and the beach of Lac-Stukely sector.
Significant work has been done inside the camping Stukely sector, which dates back to 1967. The new locations created generally offer more space and privacy for campers.
In total, the campsite in question now has 276 such locations “traditional”. There are also on-site 21 tents already installed can accommodate campers at all times during the summer season.
Exp five new cottages were built in a sugar bush near Lake Stukely. “Their theme, forest symphony, inspired by the melodious song of the loon, the colors of autumn and the center of arts Orford music, a place recognized in the region,” said a statement issued by the institutions of the Company Outdoor Québec (Sépaq).
On the other hand, the service center at the beach of Lake Stukely was completely rebuilt. The building includes a convenience store, a restaurant and a “boutique type”.
Director of Parc national du Mont-Orford, Brigitte Marchand says that the work went smoothly from beginning to end. “We have no surprises, she said. There was a tight budget monitoring as this is usually done at Sépaq. ”
Ms. Marchand points out that the regulars eagerly awaiting the opening of the camping Stukely sector. “We feel their impatience for weeks. Some would have liked to open before, but it would have been impossible to deliver before July 8, “she says.
Anyway, the Director of the Mont-Orford National Park is confident that customers will love the new facilities. “The new service center, among others, is quite impressive. ”
Moreover, it is always about to renovate or rebuild the home building called Le Cerisier. Plans and specifications will be available in the short term, but it is unclear when the project will materialize.
Brigitte Marchand says in addition that a new service building will be erected in the Fraser sector over the next year, a project became necessary after a fire last winter.