The Centre d’interprétation Saint-Léon Interpretive Centre, built in 2004, is a great tourist spot! Inside, you will learn about the Wind Farm, the Tiger Salamander which calls the area home, along with information about the many bird species found here.
Outside, is a blade and the shell of a nacelle from the wind farm. An observation tower along the walk around Round Lake, part of the Trans Canada Trail that spreads across the Municipality, offers the opportunity to observe water fowl and resident birds. A Hybrid Poplar tree plantation is adjacent to the Centre.
It will be easy to spot the Centre with its brightly colored mural covering the face of the building, painted by local artist, Hubert Theroux. And if one day just isn’t long enough, there is also full service camping available!
For hours of operation and other information, check out their website at www.cistleon.com.