Walk over 2.7 billion years, at the very place where the waters’ part. Through the beauty and diversity of the landscapes it protects, Parc national d’Aiguebelle is the loyal custodian of a rich regional heritage inspired by both nature and culture alike. Several short and long-distance hiking trails (51 km) allow one to discover its whole splendour. These lead to a suspended bridge across a fault lake and to a huge spiral staircase erected alongside an impressive escarpment. They also take you to the summit of the Abijévis hills or to a fire watchtower. Watching birds, exploring fault lakes in a canoe, skirting the shoreline of incredible landscapes in a rabaska, crossing a 13.6-km2 lake in a sea kayak, reliving the history of this site through a theatrical presentation or fishing in a calm lake. These are just a few of the many activities you can enjoy here. Rent equipment, enjoy the outdoors, and breathe fresh air safely! Same day reservations recommended!
Open all year round (only the Mont-Brun access is open in winter).
Would you like to stay in the Park? Cottage rentals, rustic camps, traditional and star ready-to-camp, a wide choice is offered. Several campsites and types of camping are available. Visit the website for more details and to make your reservations.
Campground open from May 17 to October 14, 2024
Distance from downtown: 50 km
Km of gravel:
Water and electricity
Dogs accepted at Barlow-Ojibway campground only.
Photo: ©Parc national d’Aiguebelle/SEPAQ (Mathieu Dupuis, Yan Kaczynski, Hugo Lacroix)