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Adapted to people with limited mobility

Some parks are adapted for people with limited mobility. A great way to discover beautiful landscapes and the great outdoors in complete safety.

*Communicate with the business before going there to get all the necessary information.

Parc régional du Mont-Saint-Joseph

Outdoor mecca in Baie-des-Chaleurs

Mont-Saint-Joseph offers an exceptional area for outdoor enthusiasts: 35 km of hiking trails, 24 km of mountain bike trails (including 18 km of single track trails), a climbing wall sanctioned by the FQME, and 20 km of winter trails for fatbike, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and walking in the heart of Carleton-sur-Mer. After your excursion, head to the summit for a night of glamping in one of our geodomes built on a mountainside. Along the way, explore the chapel built in 1935 and our large belvedere, which offers a breathtaking view of Baie-des-Chaleurs. At the Visitor Centre, you will learn more about our history and the Mi'gmaq Nation, for whom Mont Saint-Joseph is an important gathering place.

https://www.igloocreations.com/ondago/app/bundles/MontSaintJoseph/

Tyroparc

Mountain Adventure Park

Come in and join us for a unique, exciting and safe mountain experience. In a group, alone or with your family, no matter your age or physical condition, an awesome day is waiting for you in the heart of nature.

Parc régional du Mont-Ham

The most beautiful small mountains in Quebec, now open to the year 7 days a week

Mount Ham Regional Park is a well-known destination for its hiking trails and summit with spectacular views.
Mount Ham dominates the region of its 713 meters above sea level, offering from its summit a panoramic view as one sees nowhere else. All outdoor enthusiasts are satisfied by the different levels of intensity offered. From beginner to expert, the marked trails that crisscross the mountain total 18 km.

At the rocky summit, you will enjoy a 360-degree view of this beautiful hilly region that combines forest and agricultural landscapes. A blow of heart assured.

Camping at the top

Since Mont-Ham is a biological refuge, it is not possible to camp at the summit, except during activities supervised by the park. This is why it is offered to join our organized outings, to enjoy a unique experience for a night at the top of the mountain.

Perfect for children

The Mount Ham Regional Park is home to many schools, as the courses are child-friendly and allow you to reach the summit in a reasonable amount of time. Here is the family activity par excellence! In addition, you will be welcomed by a friendly and joyful team.

 

 

 

Parc de la rivière Batiscan

Nature pure and simple, easy to access.

Just 30 minutes from Trois-Rivières, the Batiscan River Park will charm you whether you are a thrill-seeker or want to relax in nature.  

This park divided into 3 sectors offers many activities such as Via Ferrata, tree climbing, zip lines, canoe, kayak and paddle board rentals (to be determined for the 2021 season), river access, fishing, hiking and even nature interpretation activities guided by biologists.
 
To enhance your stay, camp on one of our intimate and wooded sites or discover our various rental accommodations in our Ready to Camp formula! If you're looking for nature and rusticity, try our new cabins in the Grand-Bassin sector.

Parc régional des Appalaches

Created in 1997, in the heart of the Appalachian forest, the Appalachian Park spreads over several sectors with their points of interest where we find eskers, waterfalls, peat bogs, mountains, lakes and rivers.

The Appalachian Park is the perfect place for a variety of outdoor activities. With its network of 140 km of hiking trails and cycling, canoeing on lakes and rivers, mountains with exceptional views, archways, accommodation for all tastes. During the winter, snowshoes and scooters are practiced in many areas of the Park. All trails feature sidewalks, lookouts, walkways and shelters, as well as resort amenities such as shelters and rustic or landscaped campgrounds. In addition, access to the trails is free. Come discover the park with your dog friend.

Dogs are not only welcome, but they are also welcome everywhere. Your faithful companion can hike, camp, sleep in a shelter and even take a ride in a canoe or pontoon!
 

Canyon Sainte-Anne

Naturally sensationnal!

Explore this jewel of nature. From the soft spring greens to fall purplish reds, the spectacular canyon dug into a rock of the Canadian Shield 1.2 billion years old by the imposing fall of 74 m, the 3 suspended bridges including one located at 60 m above the fall; the visit will simply surprise you!

Fly with AirCANYON! Take a deep breath… because you will cross over the forest and fly at 50 km/h and at 90 m above the waterfall and the Giant Pothole!

A Canadian First! Challenge yourself with riddles, exciting games and make fantastic discoveries thanks to the Petraminis legend, the Stone Stories Treasure Hunt, and the Nature Quiz.

Safe family trails, shuttle for people with reduced mobility, pet friendly.

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