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Regional parks

Outdoor enthusiasts, get ready to enjoy the generous nature of Quebec’s regional parks. From hiking to snowshoeing, mountain biking to kayaking, canoeing to fishing and interpretation centers to kids’ playgrounds, the regional parks offer you a natural, healthy and accessible environment.

Our parks represent more than 200 magnificent natural areas which offer you a multitude of 4 season activities ideal for tourists, local nature-lovers and families.

Make it last longer and have the pleasure of staying in a campground, a cabin or a chalet surrounded by this wild and peaceful environment.

 

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.

Summit for rent

For a night, with family or friends, enjoy a unique wild camping experience at the top of the mountain. You can form a group of 15 people or more and ask for the exclusivity of the summit to take full advantage of this extraordinary experience.

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.

 

 

 

Le Parc régional Montagne du Diable

Destination Outstanding Adventure Vacation

A four season destination, open year round, the regional Park Montagne du Diable is a 100 km 2 playground paradise for outdoor enthusiasts.

Our park offers a wide range of activities including hiking, classic cross-country, skate, Nordic, and hok skiing, snowshoeing, biking, both mountain and fat, canoe / kayak or SUP. Extend your vacation by spending the night in a camp cabin in the Village des Batisseurs at the foot of the mountain or a day shelter or log cabin at the summit.

Our new welcome center pavilion offers all amenities to ensure a comfortable and pleasurable visit.

Parc de la Rivière-des-Mille-Îles

Ultimate ecotouristic destination 

One of the most beautiful natural settings in the region with a soft-flowing river surrounded by luxurious vegetation. Explore this enchanting site in all safety. A dozen islands are accessible with numerous hiking trails and service areas. New activity in the twilight: the biodiversity excursion.

 

Vallée Bras-du-Nord

A piece of heaven only an hour away from Quebec!

With 80 km of trails for hiking and snowshoeing, 149 km of mountain biking paths including 65 km of singletracks and a 17.5 km river run, Vallée Bras-du-Nord is the ideal outdoor destination! We also offer activities such as canyoning, via ferrata, fat bike and back-country skiing.

With its magnificent falls and its breathtaking viewing points, Vallée Bras-du-Nord is one little piece of heaven for the outdoors enthusiasts!

 

Parc régional du Massif du sud

Discover the Parc du Massif du Sud and its beautiful region Chauidières-Appalaches. Winter landscapes are magical. Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, Hok skiing, and slipping on are in the spotlight. In summer, hiking, mountain biking, hiking, and accommodation in nature (camping, refuge and ready-to-camp) are in the spotlight. The ready-to-camp accommodations provide an opportunity for renewal to reconnect with nature.

The Massif du Sud Regional Park is a must. This outdoor destination stands out for its exceptional environment and the diversity of its recreational offer. Think about it!

Characterized by its mountainous massif reaching 917m above sea level, a vast network of paths crosses the valleys of the park and leads you to surprising panoramas. The old-growth forests, flamboyant in the fall, contrast with the purity of the crystal-clear waters of rivers.

 

 

 

Parc de Gros Cap

The Magdalene Islands' home to kayakers!

This is the perfect place for combining sea kayaking with a camping trip or a stay at our famous youth hostel. You' ll enjoy a unique blend of sand, sea and cliffs during your holiday. Our central location is ideal for exploring the entire archipelago. Certified training, guided tours and trips are organized on location!

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 la rivière Gentilly

The Parc régional de la rivière Gentilly offers quality accommodations in the heart of nature.  It has a campground, chalets, as well as ready-to-camp units.  

Activities: hiking, moutain biking and family activities. Open during the winter season! Trails for snowhoeing, Ski Hok (rental) and fatbike  (bicycle for rental) are available.  

The Parc régional de la rivière Gentilly is a go-to destination to discover Bécancour and its region, just a few minutes from Trois-Rivières. Close to Moulin Michel, Centre de la Biodiversité du Québec and Musée des Religions du monde.

 

 

Parc régional Val-David - Val-Morin, secteur Dufresne

Val-David, where nature reigns supreme

Nature tamed just enough to offer fans of the outdoors an ecotourism haven. This protected forest is traversed by hundred of kilometers of hiking, cross country and snowshoe trails, of varying levels of difficulty. Look outs, belvederes and shelters made the experience all the more memorable. Over many years, climbers from all over come and practice their favourite sport enjoying the beautiful panorama of the park. From training walls to overhangs, Val-David's climbing gardens have something for everyone.

 

Parc linéaire Le P'tit Train du Nord

Try walk, run, ride, ski, try… slowing down!

The P'tit Train du Nord is responsible for the development and management of the 234 km multifunctional trail between Mont-Laurier and Bois-des-Filion. From historic railway stations to scenic villages, cycle tourists and other active users can travel on asphalt (65%) or stone dust, enjoying both natural beauty and gourmet breaks. In winter, there is also cross-country skiing over 40 km.

Our mission is to improve active transportation in the Laurentians and develop sports and social uses. We are linked to Route Verte bike paths and 24,000 km of the Great Trail. Together, we are working for the harmonious future of this infrastructure and we are ensuring its sustainability.

 

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!

 

Centre de la côte Boisée- Groupe Plein Air Terrebonne

Parc Aventures Cap Jaseux

Lodging, sea kayaking, Via Ferrata and much more

Sky-high experience !

The Parc Aventures Cap Jaseux is an outdoor lover's ultimate playground.This adventure park on the shores of the Saguenay Fjord with Dôme, suspended spheres, camping, log cabins and tree houses, offers a real chance to experience one extreme to another. Choose from sea-kayaking, via ferrata, high ropes courses and zip-lines or just take it easy on a light hike or family picnic.

Parc régional de Beauharnois-Salaberry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook

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.

 

 

 

Club d'Escalade et de Randonnée Montagne D'Argent

Need an energy boost? The prescription is Montagne d'Argent 5 times a year

Savour the present by hiking, snowshoeing, rock climbing or ice climbing. At Montagne d'Argent, everything is focused on that magic moment. Our mountain trails, judged to have the best panoramas in the Laurentians, are physically challenging, and our rock and ice centres are accessible to all. Developed and managed by outdoor enthusiasts, our welcome and campfire nights are legendary. We await your arrival.

Poisson Blanc regional park

An island all to yourself is waiting for you at Poisson Blanc Regional Park’s located in Upper-Laurentians at the Outaouais frontieres. The Poisson Blanc Lake campsites are located on islands or peninsulas and only accessible by canoe, kayak or SUP. Rustic and isolated, we offer an exceptional camping experience on a vast stretch of water where you have the privilege of having no close neighbours. More than 10 km of hiking trails are located on Montagne du Diable, in the Rapide-du-Fort 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!
 

Parc de la rivière Batiscan

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 several activities such as Via Ferrata, tree climbing, canoe rentals, kayaks and paddle boards, swimming, 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 new private refuges ready-to-camp formula!

 

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.

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