Parc national de la Gaspésie

A veritable sea of mountains with 25 peaks over 1,000 metres, this provincial park in the heart of the Gaspé Peninsula is home to a vast diversity of plants and wildlife. Some 140 kilometres of trails invite visitors to explore this landscape of breathtaking views. With numerous activities to choose from, you’re sure to have an incredible experience.

1981 Route du Parc, Sainte-Anne-des-Monts, Québec G4V 2E4

Phone: 418 763-7494
Toll Free: 1 800 665-6527
Fax: 418 763-9492

https://www.sepaq.com/gaspesie

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Accomodation

Classification : Classification en cours

Six new Étoile ready-to-camp accommodations are available at Camping du Mont-Albert's. This type of lodging lets you enjoy the fun of camping without all the hassle.

Four cottages also offer a comfortable and enjoyable stay on the banks of Lac Cascapédia. In June and July, these cottages are available with a fishing ou resort package.

In winter, in addition to the Gîte du Mont-Albert’s cottages, there are 4 cottages in the Petit-Saut sector that invite you to relax on the quiet banks of Rivière Sainte-Anne, far from the busy areas.

Camping du Mont-Albert’s 7 shelters provide lodging near the short-distance hiking trails, in both winter and summer. 12 shelters can be reached on longer hikes.

 

CAMPGROUNDS
Four campgrounds are located near four of the park’s major attractions:

Mont-Albert campground: This campground has 14 traditional ready-to-camp accommodations and 6 new Étoile ready-to-camp accommodations.

Jacques-Cartier campground: 30 sites without service hook-ups. Toilets, showers and washroom facilities.

Lac Cascapédia campground: 72 primitive sites. Toilets, showers and washroom facilities.

Rivière campground: 28 sites, with 2 or without service hook-ups. Toilets, showers and washroom facilities.

RV space – Camping de la Vallée: This campground offers specially designed sites for motor homes and tent trailers.

Open:
The national park is accessible year-round. It's important to inform you about the opening times of the trails and the services offered

Activities

Summer activities
Short and long hikes (easy to expert) on 100 kilometres of trails. Guided hikes to learn more about history, fauna and flora.

Nautical activities: fishing, kayaking, canoeing, Pedal boating, paddle-boarding, fishing packages with accommodations, and salmon fishing.

Additional activities and talks offered at the Discovery and Visitors Centre and Lac Cascapédia.


Winter activities
Snowshoeing, backcountry skiing, cross-country skiing, alpine touring, telemarking and snowboarding.

Open:
The national park is accessible year-round. It's important to inform you about the opening times of the trails and the services offered


Membership: ATR Gaspésie

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