Parc régional des Grandes-Rivières du lac Saint-Jean
This regional park showcases the rivers north of Lac-Saint-Jean. A network of trails allows the practice of hiking, cycling, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Quality trails are also available for quad bikers and snowmobilers. Outfitters associated with the Regional Park offer canoe-camping, dog-sledding and snowmobile trips. Wilderness camping sites can be reserved online.
- Â Pet-friendly
- x Camping
- h Halte routière
- 0 Seasonal operation
May to November
Come and discover the different sectors of the park :
Albanel sector: Regional sports activities area
L'Écluse sector: Historical witness and vestiges of the past
Eaux-Vives sector: To see majestic landscapes
Saint-Eugène sector : For walking and observation
Chute-à-l'Ours sector: Timeless and legendary landscapes
Bouleau-Jaune sector: To discover the giant that lives in the area
Chute-Blanche sector: Walking and watching is worth it
Racine-Vauvert sector: For beaches, water, living the immensity, the quietness
Pointe-des-Pères sector: Historic site at the confluence of two rivers
Discover the magnificent rivers of the area :
- Mistassibi River: With its impressive flow, the Mistassibi River is one of the most spectacular rivers in the world, and one of the most suitable for white water sports such as white water kayaking, rafting and water sledding. Will you come and enjoy it?
- Péribonka River: With its rocky escarpments, the Péribonka River presents landscapes reminiscent of a fjord. By canoe or sea kayak, the sandbanks are numerous and will delight campers for a descent over two or three nights. Will you dare to be adventurous?
- Mistassini River: Accessible and safe, the Mistassini River offers canoeists and kayakers fine sandy beaches and varied landscapes. The gentle adventure can take the form of a one- to four-day canoe-camping trip for couples, friends or family. Will you try it?
Golf and cycling less than 10 km away, fishing, water, hiking
Pets allowed, woods, tents only.
Come experience winter by snowmobile in the Passerelle du 49e. Take advantage of 236 km of groomed trails, 7 footbridges and make stops at the 10 relays on the Passerelle du 49e. You will see an incredible boreal nature through landscapes and rivers that are counted among the most beautiful in Quebec.