Parc national de la Pointe-Taillon offers exceptional access points to Lac Saint-Jean and the Péribonka River. Visitors will be charmed by the multi-coloured long sandy banks. The territory can be discovered on bicycle or foot, the 45 km long cycling network skirts along the peninsula's banks across 92 km2, or via sea kayak. The Véloroute des Bleuets criss-crosses the park over 15 km and represents one of most beautiful sections.
The ultimate experience consists of staying in one of our five rustic campsites along the shores of Lac Saint-Jean (cycle-camping and ready-to-camp options) or the Péribonka River. Have fun and learn through the permanent exhibit and the discovery activities on wildlife, flora and the history of Pointe Taillon.
The protected territory is populated by birds, beavers and moose. The immense peatland with its impressive plant life will peak your interest. On the programme: discovery and nature observation, supervised swimming, water sports, cycling or hiking and rustic camping.
- snack bar with dining room and terrace,
- bicycle rentals and repairs,
- boat rentals and the Nature Boutique.
- New services at the beach.
- Access: Paid entry.
- Free parking.
Closed during the winter period