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Get outdoors and enjoy your favorite outdoor activities with your faithful four-legged friend!
Since not all places are dog-friendly, we have listed a few interesting places for you to enjoy nature with your faithful companion.

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.

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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.

Parc régional Kiamika

An exceptional place for exceptional moments!

Located less than 200 km from Montreal, the Kiamika Regional Park is a well-kept secret that surprises by its splendour and its wild aspect! With a surface area of 184 km², the park contains an immense body of water of about sixty square kilometres comprising a dozen lakes and about forty islands and islets, including the large White Partridge Island and the small Partridge Island.

Parc régional des Grandes-Coulées

The parc régional des Grandes-Coulées is a must for outdoor activities in the L'Érable region! It includes two areas accessible for free. The Forêt ancienne counts 10 km of trails along the beautiful Rivière Noire plus its many activities for the family: fishing, hiking, biking, bikejoring, canicross, hebertism, GPS rally, bird watching and eclusive rental for a night in a rustic accommodation. The Grande-Tourbière-de-Villeroy, becoming a protected ecological reserve, has 3 km of trails including 1,2 km of boardwalk. Access is free from sunrise to sunset. Dogs on a leash at all times are accepted (in the Forêt Ancienne area only)!

Parc naturel régional de Portneuf


The Regional Natural Park of Portneuf, a large territory where you can practice a multitude of outdoor activities. The exceptional geomorphological attractions make this territory a place of observation, recreation and unique learning! Navigate by canoe, kayak or paddle board, explore the Devil's Hole cave, enjoy a stay in a cabin, in a ready-to-camp tent or a shelter, outdo yourself on the ski trails. snowshoeing and snowshoeing, enjoy a night in nature in one of our rustic camping sites or browse our network of more than 70 km of hiking trails! Administered by a social economy enterprise, the park allows you to visit an exceptional territory and contribute to the preservation and enhancement of it. Your dogs are allowed, always leash, all over the territory and in some accommodations.
 

TERFA - Secteur Le Canyon des Portes de l'Enfer

The Canyon des Portes de l’Enfer was located at 35 km of Rimouski via 232. It begins with the waterfall Grand Sault and stretching on 5 km. The main activity, hiking spends about 30 min to 5h30 hours. The managed trail of 1 to 18 km is accessible for many people. Ours path was certified by RandoQuébec.

Many attractions were here:

  • The Grand Sault, a waterfall of 20 meter high
  • The Descente aux Enfers, a up and down stair of 300 hundred steps
  • A highest suspension bridge in Québec with is 63 meter high
  • The  chute Chaud , a small waterfall of 20 meter high
  • A Maze of hell
  • The only one immersive path in Bas St-Laurent; Les Portes d’Oniria where meet imaginary and technology
  • Marsh trail
  • Log driver camp
  • Night activity included a legend lighted falls, soundtrack and others lighting effect. Reservation are required
  • Geocaching
  • Snack bar
  • Picnic areas
  • Primitive campground
  • Leashed pets allowed with certain exceptions

Parc régional de Beauharnois-Salaberry

Throughout its network, the Beauharnois-Salaberry Regional Park offers you a kaleidoscope of breathtaking landscapes and ambiances, all within a one-hour drive from Montreal.

In the 1930s, during the economic crisis, a huge canalization project between lakes Saint-François and Saint-Louis was carried out in the heart of what has now become the Beauharnois-Salaberry RCM, a huge canalization project between lakes Saint-François and Saint-Louis. Over a period of 3 years, over a distance of nearly 25 kilometers, a kilometre-wide canal was dug to supply the "Beauharnois" hydroelectric power station and later serve the St. Lawrence Seaway. For decades, on nearly 50 km of shoreline, the environment remains inaccessible and is left to lie fallow.

Some 60 years later, thanks to cooperation between partners, one of Quebec's land development models was created: the Beauharnois-Salaberry Regional Park. Since then, citizens have had the opportunity to reappropriate an entire environment where they have access to vast natural, nautical, riparian and wooded areas. In short, a true collective heritage rediscovered...

Located in the heart of the tourist region, the Beauharnois-Salaberry Regional Park is a vast recreational and leisure facility accessible to all for the practice of outdoor activities and healthy lifestyles. Since the inauguration of the very first cycling section in 1996, the Park has continued to develop and now connects the two urban centres of the MRC while branching out to all of its rural municipalities.

The Regional Park is located in the heart of the Beauharnois-Salaberry tourist region and consists of a vast recreational and leisure facility accessible to all for the practice of outdoor activities and healthy lifestyle habits. There are more than 70 km of flat, paved and multifunctional trails for cyclists, pedestrians and in-line skaters.

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