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Verger l'Argousière

Water Sports
Pick-your-own
Vegetable grower
Specific crop
Tasting
Economuseum / Museum
Interpretation Center
Parks and gardens
Farm gate sale
Berry farm
Hiking
Orchard

Contact information

1387 rang Jersey S, Saint-Côme-Linière, G0M 1J0, Quebec, Canada

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The orchard ‘l'Argousière’ is made of 5 species for a total of 1200 shrubs over 2 hectares. Every year, we plant new shrubs made of cuttings taken on the best specimens. We also grow hascap berries and raspberries.

Our farming is biological, with respect for the environment and consumers’ health. We maximize each step of the production process so as to offer the best from the sea-buckthorn at each bite. Each product is prepared as if you made it yourself.

We are located on a magnificent domain at Sant-Côme-Linière in the Beauce region, on the banks of the Rivière du Loup river. We welcome you in this charming setting where the whole family can relax and visit our century old houses turned into museums with vintage artifacts that have been kept in our family for generations.

Come and discover the sea-buckthorn and taste our carefully prepared products by the river. In summer time, we offer on site sea-buckthorn sorbet.

Aside from learning about sea-buckthorn, why not benefit from the river and go for a swim? You may also do some fishing if you have your permit; we provide the necessary fishing gear if you do not have your own. You will learn some history about our founders while visiting our museums.

In our region, you can also learn more about the great fire of 1926 in Saint-Côme-Linière with an historical tour, or go to our family dairy in St. George to enjoy ice cream with a magnificent view of the Chaudière River.

Welcome to all Terego RV travelers !

Parking informations: You can park near the barn on a gravel flat ground or near the river on a large grassy field.

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Pets are allowed on the parking if held in the leash

Maximum arrival hours: 19:00 h

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