Centre d'interprétation de l'historique de la protection de la forêt contre le feu
The Forest Fire Prevention History Interpretation Center, located at Château Logue, pays tribute to those who have dedicated their talent and energy to forest protection. One of two exhibition halls is dedicated to the major forest fires in the province of Quebec and describes the superhuman efforts and ingenuity of the workers to protect the forest. The 24-metre lookout tower is open to the public. Discover the history of the two families who lived in the heritage building Le Château Logue Discover the Maniwaki Heritage Circuit. The starting point is at the Chateau Logue.