Val-Jalbert Historical Village

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Avenue Labrecque, Chambord, Quebec

418 275-3132

1 888 675-3132


Val-Jalbert is a ghost town in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region of Quebec, Canada. It is located 8 km northwest of the town of Chambord. The village was founded in 1901 and soon saw success in the pulp mill created by Damase Jalbert at the base of the Ouiatchouan Falls. Experience life as it was in the 20s, in a genuine company town complete with forty or so original period buildings. The convent-school, general store and pulp mill abound in secrets that will be revealed by many colourful characters. We offer to our visitors a dog sitting service, for the time of the visit ! We provide different sizes of cage, and install in each cage a bowl of water. You can also bring food, if desired. This service is free.

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Lat: 48.442247 Lng: -72.161378

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