Hipcamp host Jenn M.,
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We purchased in June of 2021 after falling in love with the wide open areas, the many walking trails as well as the water. Domaine Max and Lilly was chosen to honour our two senior dogs who passed away 40 days apart. They were our loyal companions for many years and still live on in our hearts and thoughts today. 

The property is 35 acres and has walking/snowmobile / A

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We purchased in June of 2021 after falling in love with the wide open areas, the many walking trails as well as the water. Domaine Max and Lilly was chosen to honour our two senior dogs who passed away 40 days apart. They were our loyal companions for many years and still live on in our hearts and thoughts today. 

The property is 35 acres and has walking/snowmobile / ATV trails on all sides with the exception of behind the apartment. Please feel free to explore! Access to the water is located beside the large evergreen in front of the main house. There is a trail leading down, be sure you are prepared to get your feet wet as the water levels fluctuate and sometimes the trail has a little bit of water covering a portion of it. It is worth trekking through it, promise! We have two roosters who live with us in the coop. Cluck Norris who we adopted to keep the chickens safe. We did not know but roosters are quite noble, when they sense a predator they make a lot of noise and run away from the chickens to lead the danger away, he alerted many times when a fox visited our old location. You may also hear Cluck making a chirping noise, he is telling the chickens he has found food and telling them to come and get some. He eats last once he is certain they are fed. The second rooster is Kingsley, he joined our flock at our last location, we think someone who didn’t want a rooster dropped him off. Cluck welcomed him so he became a permanent member of our flock. We have several chickens; they lay if and when they want. The red ones lay red eggs and the black one the blue eggs. Our two goats are very friendly and love to play. Heara the white one was adopted in 2020 and quickly became and amazing pet. She is milked daily and usually yields 2 cups a day. When time permits we make goats milk cheese that we share with our neighbours. Arctica, the black goat was adopted after we moved here, she was being bullied by the goats at her last farm and was not able to get enough food.

In October 2021 Arctica gave birth to two surprise babies. It has been delightful watching them play and grow! Your cell signal will likely be weak out here, please just let us know if you need to make a phone call, you are more than welcome to use the landline. Depending on the season you will find a variety of berries mushrooms as well as wildlife. In spring turtles travel all the way to the apartment to lay eggs in the sand. Once the babies hatch they make their way back to the lake. If you take a kayak, paddle board or canoe trip you will find turtles sunbathing on logs. We often wonder if perhaps they were born here. There is a fox who visits mostly in the early morning hours but has been seen during the day, he is very nervous about us. A deer family lives nearby. One day Alex saw the babies getting milk from the mommy on the trail to the water. One morning he saw the mommy, daddy, and a baby out for a stroll across the front lawn. A groundhog has a hole near the fire pit, in front of the unoccupied shed as well as behind the apartment. Sometimes he pops up and has a look around. There are several specie of birds all over the property. This spring we found two who had been pushed out of the nest (or fell out) so we fed them until they opened their eyes and learned how to fly. Once they were ready they took flight to find a home of their own. Every once in a while they stop by to say a little hello. It is not uncommon to see wild turkeys strolling along the driveway or in the front where the sign is located. They are nervous and fast but if you are quiet you should be able to snap a picture should you desire.

There is a zip line, a ninja set as well as a trampoline beside the main house, please feel free to use all of it. The zip line still needs a launch to be installed so for now it is jump on the seat and ride. Seeing as we purchased so recently we are still learning a lot about this space we are so very lucky to call home. We are honoured to share it with you. We hope to have a skating rink in the winter. We also have snowshoes that can be borrowed.

Please ask if you have any questions!

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans and truck campers, trailers, RVs
7 sites
Up to 8 guests per site
Walk to listing
No wheelchair access
Essentials
Campfires allowed
Pets allowed
No toilet
Amenities
Wifi available
Bins available
No potable water
No kitchen
No showers
No picnic table
Laundry absent
No hot tub
Camping vehicle details
Generators allowed
No electrical connection
No water connection
No sewage dump point
No TV connection
Pull-in site
Max length 9.14 m
Accommodates slideouts
Surface type: grass or field
Surface levelness: requires leveling
Have a question? Send Jenn a message!
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Flexible
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out

Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Biking
Boating
Fishing
Hiking
Paddling
Snow sports
Swimming
Wildlife watching

Terrain

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Field

Meadow

Farm

Mini farm

Forest
River, stream, or...

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Property
Camping Domaine Max and Lilly
State
Quebec
Country
Canada
CA$20/night
7 Sites