In a few words
The history of the Canton of Ireland and its hamlet of Maple Grove makes it an exceptional heritage site which has retained its ancestral signature and whose recognition goes well beyond the limits of the community.
The wetlands of Ireland form a very particular set of ecosystems formed by bodies of water. They have been declared the best biodiversity sites in the entire Chaudière-Appalaches region by potential assessments from a large number of recognized conservation organizations.
Conservation and observation sites for aquatic fauna and the reproduction of the snapping turtle and the wood turtle on Stater Pond and the Rivière des Pins are protected by municipal regulations.
The territory of the municipality of Ireland is located at the crossroads of the historic Craig and Gosford paths giving access to a country of great bucolic nature.