Park

Parc des Rapides du Diable

Beauceville • La Beauce
Rapides du Diable et la piste cyclable
Les Rapides du diable, la légende
Benedict Arnold
Parc des Rapides-du-Diable en automne
Les rapides tranquilles
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Parc des Rapides-du-Diable

Contact details

757, route du Président Kennedy (173)
Beauceville Québec

418 774-9137

communications@ville.beauceville.qc.ca

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Description

  • Hiking trails : 1 km

  • Cycle path : 15 km

In a few words

The Parc des Rapides du Diable is located between Route 173 and the Chaudière River in the Beauceville area, in the heart of the Beauce region. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful forest, hiking trails (400 m), rest and picnic areas and a stunning view of the Chaudière River and its tumultuous rapids. Read the thematic panels along the way and discover the history behind the park, its gold-bearing past, the origin of its name and the influence of Benedict Arnold.

For Real!

Paul Morin, Parc des Rapides du Diable

Schedule and prices

Schedule

May to October.

Prices

Free.

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Articles

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