Ferland-et-Boilleau was born in 1978 from the merging of two municipalities, Ferland and Boilleau. The peaceful village stretches over dozens of kilometres along the breathtaking Route 381, and has grown from the forest industry since 1890 and it’s still providing the livelihood of the Ferboilliens (local inhabitants). The villagers enjoy living cradled within a spectacular natural setting midway between Saguenay and Charlevoix, in a region of high mountains and picturesque lakes. The municipality offers two campgrounds, one without services at Grand lac Ha! Ha!, and the other one with services and cabin rentals at Petit lac Ha! Ha!. Sea kayaking, canoeing, hiking, fishing, and snowshoeing are available. The covered bridge of Lac Ha! Ha! was erected in 1934 and can be seen from Route 381. The rest stop belvedere looking over Montagne Dufour provides a magnificent view of the landscape.