Cranberry Interpretation Centre

From mid-September to mid-October, the Cranberry Interpretation Centre rolls out the red fruit carpet to the great pleasure of visitors from all areas of Quebec and beyond. Whether as a group, as an individual or as a family, make coming to see cranberry harvesting in action a priority this fall. Accompanied by a guide, you will have the privilege to visit a cranberry farm as well as roam the brand new eco-discovery trail. Culinary demonstrations, tastings and the cranberry discovery room add to the fun of the cranberry festivities.


Guided visit to a cranberry farm

Climb aboard a covered wagon and prepare to be amazed by the beauty of cranberry harvesting. Your journey begins at the Centre where you will stop at the discovery room and then have the opportunity to taste various products derived from cranberries. Next, you will visit a local grower for a visit to the field. A guide will accompany you as you learn the many secrets of this amazing little red berry.

Eco-discovery trail

Explore the largest cranberry farm in Canada!
A guided tour and wagon ride will allow you to learn about field preparation, cranberry water management as well as the discovery of an amazing eco-system in the lands surrounding the bogs.

Experienced hikers and walkers have the opportunity to explore the 5 km trail on foot. Signs explaining various aspects of cranberry cultivation and harvesting line the path (available Saturday and Sunday, only). The path may also be explored by wagon.


From September 20th to October 20th 2013

For everyone: from Thursday to Sunday

For groups: upon reservation from Tuesday to Sunday
Open from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Eco-discovery Trail: only October 5-6-12-13-14th 


On foot (Eco-discovery Trail): approximately 2.5 hrs (5 km)
By wagon: 1.5 hrs

More must-sees:

  • Discovery room
  • Tool and machinery exhibition
  • Market
  • Victoriaville and the surrounding region

For more information including prices and opening hours, click here.
English visits are available for groups upon request; reservations are required.