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For families

Playing outdoors with your family should be simple, cost-effective, and most of all, fun! Here in Québec, we are fortunate enough to have access to countless natural spaces with high-quality terrain for a variety of outdoor activities. Regional parks are part of them and are ideal for families who wish to sample the joys of an active lifestyle.

Accessible trails, discounted fees, fun activities, free equipment rental… services vary from one park to another. One thing is for sure: it has never been that easy to play outside. There are about 175 regional parks in Québec and many of them are located a stone’s throw from our communities. Keep an eye out, chances are there is one real close from your home!

All regional parks listed in this directory are ideal for family outdoor activities.?With their services designed for families, these natural playgrounds are the right place for fun, active times outside.

Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some services may be temporarily unavailable. Contact your regional park to verify what’s open and what’s not before you head out. 

Base de plein air de Ste-Foy

Your nature area in Quebec City !

The Base Plein Air Ste-Foy, a very unique place to practice your outdoor activities! Come with friends or family for swimming, canoeing, kayaking, SUP, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, tube sliding, archery, nature watching and more. You want to organize an event, a family party or an activity with your office colleagues, we have rooms, sites and a dynamic team that will make your activity a real success.

Parc régional des Grèves

The Regional Park of Strikes carries the project to create a park accessible to all, in an exceptional natural space. Composed of a mixed forest, a century-old pine forest, and several peat bogs, this territory which borders the banks of the St. Lawrence offers an astonishing variety of ecosystems where territorial conservation and outdoor activities complement each other. T

o enhance your visit, you will enjoy:     

  • two reception positions (Contrecoeur sector and Sorel-Tracy sector) open from 9 am to 5 pm in the year 
  • kilometers of hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trails     
  • a 1.4 km elevated walkway     
  • a walk on the river    
  • an observatory on a peat bog pond     
  • nature and heritage interpretation stations     
  • picnic areas     
  • an asphalt forest running ring on 1.2 km     
  • Espace Champlain, family site par excellence where our slide on snow (sheltered by a century-old pine forest) is close to snowshoe trails, winter walking trails, cross-country ski trails, the mini farm and the hebertism circuit     
  • an ice rink     
  • free access to the park ...

We will also offer you the following services like renting equipment and varied accommodation, food service. Looking forward to seeing you!

 

Parc de la gorge Coaticook – Parc Découverte nature

Outdoor activity center

Between sky and earth 

An incredible outdoor center : 20 km of hiking trails (guided tours), the world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge, a 50 meter gorge, two observation towers, camping in the wilderness/with services, horseback riding (initiation, rides), mini-farm, swimming pool, 17 km of mountain bike trails intermediate/advanced levels, fishing, bird watching sites, floral garden.

 

 

 

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