Parc de la Chute Ste-Agathe

Sainte-Agathe-de-Lotbinière • Lotbinière
Sentier des trottoirs de bois en haut de falaise
Chute de Sainte-Agathe - Camping
Chutes de Sainte-Agathe
La falaise
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Parc de la Chute Ste-Agathe

Contact details

342, road Gosford
Sainte-Agathe-de-Lotbinière Québec, G0S 2A0
List of itineraries

418 599-2661
418 599-2605 #105


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  • Hiking trails : 4 km

In a few words

The Parc de la chute Sainte-Agathe holds special appeal for nature lovers in search of fun and relaxation. There is something for everyone: hiking trails, a footbridge crossing the waters of the Palmer River, a beach, picnic areas, a restaurant and washrooms. Rustic camping is also possible. Don't miss the “Town” type covered bridge, built in 1928, that spans the Palmer River.

Schedule and prices


During the summer, 9 AM to 9 PM.


Rates vary, please call for information.

Articles (2)


Curious Nature - En vedette [HIDDEN TREASURES] Jeff On The Road Discovers Lotbinière's Hidden Treasures

Located just 20 minutes from Quebec City, the Lotbinière region, bordered by the majestic shores of the St. Lawrence River, offers a unique combination of rural charm and modern attractions. It's a destination seduced by both its natural beauty and its cultural heritage. These include historic gems such as the Domaine Joly-De Lotbinière, an exceptional site I've visited in the past, and one of the most beautiful gardens on the continent. During my most recent visit to the area, I had the opportunity to wander the picturesque country roads in search of must-sees for gourmets and relaxation seekers alike. Let's set off together to discover the hidden treasures of the Lotbinière region. By the end of this article, I'm sure you'll know all about this part of the Chaudière-Appalaches region!