Q: How do I get to Blueberry Lake Resort?
Starting at P.E. Trudeau Airport in Montreal, follow all the signs that direct you to Mirabel Airport and/or the blue signs to Mont Tremblant.
As you take the only exit from Trudeau airport you will see a blue sign for "Mont Tremblant"– follow it. Follow the signs for Autoroute 520 also known as “Côte de Liesse”. After about 5km the 520 will take you to Autoroute 13 North.
From Autoroute 13 take the exit for Autoroute 640 East (“est”) (after the exits for Autoroutes 40 and 440). You will stay on the 640 for a couple of kilometres until you see the exit for Autoroute 15 North. Again follow the Mirabel Airport or the Mont Tremblant signs.
Once on the Autoroute 15 North, continue for about 45 minutes. After 65 km the 15 North turns into the 117 North at Ste-Agathe-des-Monts: there is no exit, the four-lane road just becomes two lanes. Simply continue on the same road - be careful not to turn off to the right and join the old 117.
Continue on the 117 North past the town of Mont-Tremblant (previously known as St Jovite). You will drive through two sets of traffic lights on the main highway parallel to the town and pass both IGA and Provigo supermarkets on the right hand side.
Keep heading north on the 117 for another 20 minutes through the town of Labelle. Drive through the traffic lights and keep going straight on 117 for about a further 5 km out of Labelle. You will see a flashing amber light over the 117 and a sign for La Minerve. Turn left under the flashing light, off the 117 and onto Chemin La Minerve.
Go 500 meters and take the first road on the right called Chemin St Cyr. You will see a blue sign for Blueberry Lake Resort. Continue for 5 km on Chemin St Cyr until you reach Chemin des Pionniers and the entrance to Blueberry Lake Resort. Turn left onto this road.
Follow this road for 0.75km, where you will find our main reception on your right hand side.
Q: Are children welcome at Blueberry Lake?
Absolutely! Blueberry Lake is a family resort and we have a wealth of on-site activities, for both adults and children, to ensure that parents and children alike have a truly memorable holiday.
Q: Can I bring my pet to Blueberry Lake?
Blueberry Lake Resort has a no-pet policy. Pets found in our chalets or on our grounds will result in a penalty of CAD 300 per pet and possible eviction with no refund.
Q: Do I have to pay a deposit when I book?
A 50 percent deposit per chalet is due at time of booking. Balance and final payment are to be made prior to your departure on check out.
Q: What payment methods are accepted?
We accept Visa, Mastercard and Amex. Debit cards, travellers cheques, certified cheques or cash may be used for bookings made in person.
Q: What is your cancellation policy?
Cancelling a reservation is subject to the following fees per chalet:
0 - 21 days: 50% of stay value (total charges including taxes).
22 - 42 days: 25% of stay value (total charges including taxes).
Guests who do not show for their reservation will forfeit all monies paid.
Q: What happens if I arrive after reception is closed?
Access to chalets is controlled via an automated key pad and an individual pin code. You will be sent an e-mail prior to arrival indicating the pin code for access to your chalet – allowing you to enter your holiday home at any time.
Q: How do I find my chalet?
All chalets are clearly sign posted at Blueberry Lake. You can also use this map to locate your chalet.
Q: Is Blueberry Lake Resort available for weddings or meetings?
Blueberry Lake Resort provides an ideal venue for weddings and meetings. We can provide comprehensive conferencing and reception facilities, world-class catering, luxury accommodation, spectacular scenery and dedicated support staff to ensure that your event is one to remember. You can find more information on our website or you can e-mail email@example.com
Q: Is Blueberry Lake for self-catering holidays only?
All Blueberry Lake chalets have a fully-equipped, modern kitchen, a large dining area and outdoor BBQ making it easy to cater for you and your group during the holiday. Furthermore, you can pre-book groceries before you arrive using our unique Online Concierge Service. However, if you are really looking to get away from the domestic routine, you can dine in our world class restaurant overlooking the lake, order a delicious meal pre-prepared by our chef and delivered directly to your chalet, or even take advantage of our “Chef In-house” service and enjoy a gourmet meal prepared for you by our chef in your chalet.
Q: Do I have to pay extra for activities?
Most on-site activities such as tennis, swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, biking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and ice-skating are free of charge, although there is a small fee for skate and ski-hire. Other activities such as snowmobiling and water skiing and beauty treatments such as massages are subject to a charge. Additionally, our receptionist will be happy to arrange bookings for local area activities for you.
Q: Can I ski at Blueberry Lake?
Yes. On-site we have 25 km of beautifully maintained woodland trails for cross-country skiing and for downhill skiing we also provide a free shuttle to nearby Mont Tremblant – voted Eastern North America’s best ski resort for 10 consecutive years!
Q: Do I have to rent a whole chalet if I only need one room?
Blueberry Lake Resort is ideal for family or group bookings as accommodation is provided in individual chalets of three to five bedrooms with communal living, dining and kitchen areas. Prices are available per person per night, for individual renting of properties although it does not represent such good value for money. Additionally, we have a small number of single/double occupancy units without kitchen facilities. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.