About Baera Forest
We are your outfitters and family destination for your outdoors activities in the Laurentians, Quebec. Trout and pike fishing, whitetail deer, moose, black bear and small game hunting, off-grid rustic cottage rentals and much more!
Baera Forest is the ideal destination to hunt or fish in an exclusive territory and to enjoy the outdoors with your family. It’s a 24 km2 territory covered with mixed forest and lakes. It’s six cosy and green powered cottages that offer tranquility and privacy. It’s a young family business whose mission is to help you reconnect with nature.
Family and friends vacations
Baera Forest has many activities for the entire family, ranging from kayaking, hiking, wildberry picking to gnome hunting. You can also add fishing to your package, spend hours on the lake and have the satisfaction of bringing dinner to the table. Enjoy a great stay in the middle of the wilderness away from the city and the daily grind. Baera Forest is the best place to pull the plug, shut down the noise and reconnect with nature and what matters most!
Baera Forest prides itself with six trout lakes where three species abound – touladi or lake trout, brook trout and rainbow trout. We also have one pike lake. You can fish beautiful large specimens grown in a natural habitat by lure or fly fishing.
At the border of the Laurentians and the Outaouais regions, Baera Forest is just a few hours away from Ottawa, Gatineau, Montreal and Quebec City.
BAERA Forest in the summer
At the beginning of the summer, Baera Forest truly comes alive. From eager sports fans to families enjoying outdoor activities, all find their way to a warm fire camp at the end of day. Many will have enjoyed a great day of kayaking, canoeing, swimming or snorkeling. Others will have discovered our many trails through the forest. Still others will have spent much time relaxing around their camping ground, quietly picked small fruit, or just sat watching animals pass by in the nearby forest.
BAERA Forest in the winter
In winter, Baera Forest deploys its calm beauty. Visitors can make plans for fresh-air activities such as snow-shoeing, back-country skiing, snow-mobiling, skating, ice fishing or camping. In the spirit of ancient nordic traditions, visitors can also make bookings for a dogsled excursion or even hire a fur-trapper guide, available upon reservation.