Discover an exceptional ecosystem
The peatland in the St-Daniel sector is home to several species of carnivorous plants and orchids. A wooded pathway allows observation of the flora typical to peatlands. Discovery panels line the trail where two observation towers are also accessible.
Hop on your bike
Located in the Southern sector, Les Passereaux bike path connects the Discovery and Visitors Centre with the Baie Sauvage campground. Enjoy a picnic near the brook at the Lac à la Barbue dam. Keep your eyes and ears open, this trail is perfect for birdwatching. Bicycles are available for rent.
Swimming at the beach
Recently revamped, the beach in the Saint-Daniel sector is very popular with the children! The layout includes a supervised bathing area, picnic tables, BBQs, a beach volleyball court and a playground. Pedal boats and other types of watercraft can be rented.
Exploring the Baie Sauvage
You have the soul of an explorer? By canoe or kayak, soak up the breathtaking scenery of the Baie Sauvage. Take the time to navigate around the small bays to observe the fauna and flora, and continue all the way to the waterfalls of the Felton River. Watercrafts are available for rent.
The Littoral cycle path in St-Daniel’s area offers a winding trail of 16 km (round trip) including stops that allow you to capture the vastness of Grand lac Saint-François. Do not miss the sunsets at the Pointe-aux-Pins and Baie des Sables!
This 5 km discovery trail offers an awakening of the senses ... rich smells of undergrowth of mosses, lichens and mushrooms, all under the watchful eye of huge white pines. Throughout the walk, you can see rocks that seem to have fallen from the sky! The views of Baie Sauvage will charm you.
Enriching nature experiences.
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