The park’s signature: Archaeology
The park’s territory was once a strategic crossroads of great importance to the First Nations. A total of 54 archaeology sites have been identified in the park. Discover this science with our archaeologist through captivating discovery activities.
Grey Owl Comic Book
One of the first defenders of wildlife in Canada, Grey Owl had his beginnings as an author in the 1930s, on the territory that is now the national park. This comic book aims to pay tribute to the legendary woodsman who inspired millions of people with his message to protect nature. Available at the Visitors Centre.
Rabaska, Beavers, and History
Between the Petit and Grand Lac Touladi, the Îles sector is a magnificent water path to take. Go back in time and follow the traces of the Wolastoqiyik by taking a rabaska ride with our naturalist. You will be enchanted by this natural setting, especially at sunset.
The Épinoche: the park’s water shuttle
Hikers and cyclists can take the Épinoche which links the anse à William to the Cabano district of Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac. This 15-minutes crossing allows you to contemplate the immensity of Lac Témiscouata and gives access to the Petit-Témis bicycle path (Route Verte 8)
The naturally curious’ trail
With a length of 720 m, this trail is set up for children and is scattered with physical challenges and fun discovery games. Build a lodge like the beavers, jump from trunk to trunk like the lumberjacks, hunt caribou like the Amerindians and jump on the zip line to fly like the bald eagle.
Sandy shore of Grand-Lac-Touladi
A superb place to enjoy the beautiful sunny days of summer with your family. You will appreciate the starry skies and the colorful sunsets. It is also the perfect place to learn to paddle surf or kayak. It is here that the most beautiful summer memories are made.
Enriching nature experiences.
Québec’s national parks, guardians of countless treasures, offer a chance to connect with nature. Safeguard these protected areas so they can be cherished and enjoyed for generations to come.
Explo: a new game for young adventurers
This summer, a brand-new free geolocation-based game will allow your small fry to have fun and move about while discovering Quebec's national parks. The downloadable application will transform hiking into a challenging exploration mission for them, combining all sorts of nature challenges.
The game includes a version adapted to each parks for which it will be available, i.e. Aiguebelle, Bic, Jacques-Cartier, Mont-Mégantic, Plaisance, Mont-Saint-Bruno, Lac-Témiscouata, Yamaska, Mont-Orford, Mont-Tremblant, and Oka national parks.