During the summer, the population of Saint-Félix‑d’Otis nearly triples with the arrival of vacationers. On its immense territory south of the Saguenay Fjord, there are 189 lakes enjoyed by anglers and water sports enthusiasts. Fans of hunting, snowshoeing, hiking, snowmobiling, and quadding will find everything they’re looking for in the woodland areas. At the heart of the action, Grand Lac Otis remains a major destination close to the town of Saguenay. The only public beach in the sector is at the municipal campsite. Saint-Félix-d’Otis is a village flourishing in a decor that has seduced some of the greatest Québec and foreign filmmakers. Site de la Nouvelle-France (New France site) is established in l’Anse-à-la-Croix, where the Saguenay Fjord and Baie des Ha! Ha! meet, and is a a major historical attraction with the recreation of Québec City in the 17th century.