At Parc Omega in Quebec, there are no wolves under your bed, but they are right outside your window. The animal park, home to Arctic wolves, grey wolves, and black wolves, among many other species indigenous to Canada, allows visitors to rent accommodations on site to see the wildlife up close. The most tempting of these are the wolf cabin, the wolf chalet, and the wolf lodge, where guests are totally immersed with the animals in their habitat.

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The three “Sleep With the Wolves” lodgings are located at the entrance of the park. All of them are fitted with big windows to make spotting the large canines that roam around your accommodation easier. The wolf cabin can welcome up to four people, and the wolf chalet and the wolf lodge are big enough for up to six people (the wolf lodge is bigger, however). Staying in the wolf cabin starts at $420 per night, the wolf chalet starts at $570 per night, and the wolf lodge starts at $650 per night. Admission fee to the park is included in the price of the lodging.

Parc Omega, is home to more than 400 animals that you can see from your vehicle on the 7.5-miles circuit meant for this purpose. The animals include caribous, deer, elks, moose, coyotes, wolves, foxes, bisons, bears, gots, beavers, and many more. Beyond driving around the 2200 acres of the park, there are attractions and places to relax for visitors such as an old-fashioned farm where kids can pet the non-dangerous animals, walking trails, places to eat, an aerial boardwalk to see the park from above, and more.

Parc Omega is easily accessible. It is located 1.5 hours away by car from Montreal and less than a one-hour drive from the Canadian capital, Ottawa.