Parc national du Mont-Tremblant
The green spaces of the Parc du Mont-Tremblant are an excellent introduction to the outdoors of Québec. Being the largest of Québec’s national parks, Mont-Tremblant will not fail to surprise you with its splendor!
Parc national du Mont-Orford
The Heart of the Eastern Townships
Discover this beautiful mountainous region of our province. It is splendid at all seasons! In summer, enjoy the two beaches of the park for canoeing or for a refreshing swim. During Autumn, a getaway to the summit of Mount Orford amongst the colorful trees offers you breathtaking views.
Parc national de la Mauricie
150 lakes at your disposal
The Parc national de la Mauricie is the perfect place for relaxation. But that does not mean that this park is silent! On the contrary, this paradisiacal place overflows with life. The biodiversity there is rich and extensive. Come and see it for yourself by listening to the many species of birds that sing and twirl through the forests, near the lakes and at the foot of the waterfalls at Parc national de la Mauricie!
Parc national de la Yamaska
For lovers of water sports
The Choinière reservoir, an important part of the Yamaska National Park, is an excellent water body for the observation of ducks and herons. Whether for a kayak or canoe trip, for a swim or just for a picnic, Yamaska Park will charm you.
Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook
The longest suspension bridge in North America!
Come explore this gorge with a depth of 50 meters. This is a very interesting park for hiking, cycling and for its enchanting floral garden. For those who are not afraid of the heights, a visit on the suspension bridge of 169 meters long is an activity not to be missed!
Parc national d’Oka
A beautiful beach and much more!
Oka’s beach, very close to downtown Montreal, is a popular spot on hot summer days in Quebec. With a swimsuit, a frisbee and a lunch, you get enough to have fun all day. You can also explore the forest of this park to find magnificent views and historical constructions!