10 places to take the dog for a walk !

Frampton Brasse- Beauce - Chien

The region is full of parks that offer nature at its finest. Here we have some suggestions for a variety of parks where you’re allowed to take a walk with your dog and admire the picturesque landscapes of Chaudière-Appalaches!

Parc des Appalaches

Parc des Appalaches - Montmagny - Chien - Promenade - Plan rapproché

Plan to take your dog with you everywhere you go in Parc des Appalaches! Parc des Appalaches is one of the only parks in Quebec where dogs are not only allowed, they’re welcome everywhere within the park. Your loyal canine companion is welcome throughout the site, whether you take a hike, go camping, stay over, go canoeing or go pontooning.

Welcome to Parc des Appalaches in Sainte-Lucie- de-Beauregard in Montmagny and the Islands!

Parc régional du Massif du Sud

Parc régional du Massif du Sud - Bellechasse - Automne - Chien rapproché

Parc régional du Massif du Sud allows you to talk a walk around the park with your dog! Dogs are more than welcome! However, the park requires you to keep your dog on a leash at all times to avoid interfering with the other users or with wild animals.

Welcome to Parc régional du Massif du Sud  in Saint-Philémon in Bellechasse!

Réserve naturelle Jean-Paul-Riopelle

Réserve Naturelle Jean-Paul Riopelle - Montmagny - Isle-aux-grues - Automne - Grand arbre

Also known as Pointe aux Pins, this tercentenary maple grove, designated as an ‘’exceptional forestry ecosystem’’, is home to a unique flora in the Saint Lawrence estuary that’s found nowhere else on earth. Dogs on a leash are accepted!

Welcome to the Réserve naturelle Jean-Paul-Riopelle  inSaint-Antoine- de-l'Isle-aux-Grues in Montmagny and the Islands!

Domaine du Radar

Domaine du Radar - Lotbinière - Camping - Personne

Come scale Mont Sainte-Marguerite, the highest summit in Lotbinière, with five trails and a path dedicated to advanced Nordic walking that stretches a number of kilometres into the forest. An exceptional panoramic view of the region awaits at the summit; enjoy it together with your dog!

Welcome to Domaine du Radar  in Saint-Sylvestre in Lotbinière!

Parc des Chutes-de-la-Chaudière

Parc des Chutes de la Chaudière - Lévis - Automne

Take your dog on a leash for a walk along close to 4.5 km of walking trails. Playground, picnic area, spectacular falls. A fun-filled day in the outdoors awaits at Parc des Chutes-de- la-Chaudière!

Welcome to Parc des Chutes-de-la-Chaudière  in Lévis!

Parc des Rapides du Diable

Parc des Rapides du Diable - Beauce - Automne - Couple

The park offers visitors and their dog a beautiful forest, 400 metres of walking trails, rest and picnic areas and an exceptional view of the Chaudière River and the Rapides du Diable.

Welcome to Parc des Rapides du Diable  in Beauceville in Beauce!

Parc de la Chute Ste-Agathe

Parc de la Chute Ste-Agathe - Lotbinière - Promenade - Chien - Personnes de face

Dogs on a leash are accepted at Parc de la Chute Ste-Agathe. Good thing, so you and your dog can enjoy the beautiful landscapes in the heart of nature. Trails that follow along the river, restaurant, abundant nature.

Welcome to Parc de la Chute Ste-Agathe in Sainte-Agathe- de-Lotbinière in Lotbinière!

parc des chutes d'Armagh

Parc des chutes d'Armagh - Bellechasse - Chutes - réelles

You'll never be bored with the more than five kilometres of walking trails! You’ll discover numerous natural settings as you walk along the Armagh river and through the forest. Your dog is welcome as long as it is on a leash.

Welcome to Parc des chutes d'Armagh in Armagh in Bellechasse!

Sentiers pédestres de Lac-Etchemin

Sentiers pédestres de Lac-Etchemin - Etchemins - Paysage - Lac

Enjoy the wooded trails with views of a pristine lake, a large marsh and a river! Dogs are welcome! Lac Caribou trail: 5.5 km loop. Haute Etchemin trail: 3 km. Rest areas and picnic tables.

Welcome to the Sentiers pédestres de Lac-Etchemin  in the Etchemins!

parc national de frontenac

Chien - plan rapproché

Since May 20 2016, a three-year pilot project has been in effect in Parc national de Frontenac (Saint-Daniel sector) to measure the impact of dogs. The Sépaq decided to carry out this pilot project, under specific conditions, to measure the impact of the presence of dogs on visitor experience and the natural habitat. At the end of the pilot project, the Sépaq will take an informed decision for the future of all the national parks!

Welcome to Parc national de Frontenac  in Adstock in Thetford region!