Île Reaux is situated in the middle of the Saint-Lawrence river, approximately 40 km downstream from Quebec City. The 433 acre island is covered in 63% forest, replete with magnificent wildlife including such game animals as whitetail deer, wild turkey, duck and pheasants, as well as sturgeon, white boom,and striped bass, which can be caught straight from the Saint-Lawrence. Four hunting dogs are available for outings and expeditions on the island.
The western side is outfitted with a picturesque 19th century house, which sleeps 12, and five other utilitarian buildings including a barn, staff quarters, and multiple storage facilities. You’ll also find cultivated fields, which provide grains to feed various birds species and breeding stock.
The island can be used as your own private hunting paradise, or can be run as an exclusive retreat, accessible to friends, family, hunting enthusiasts, and business professionals from around the globe.
Composed of many riches, the island’s flora and fauna are constantly growing, multiplying, and gaining in value. Due to its location in the center of the river, Île Reaux contains a number of rare, endemic plant species and has been declared a conservation zone that’s been nourished and protected for over 400 years.
Fly into a unique hunting experience:
Travel by boat:
Large game, storage facility
Small storage facility
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