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Parc national de Frontenac

Adstock • Région de Thetford
Parc national de Frontenac
Snowshoeing at Parc national de Frontenac
Grand héron
Family walk
Parc national de Frontenac
Vélo - Parc national de Frontenac - Coucher de soleil
Parc national de Frontenac
Nouveau chalet nature: le chalet Bélisle au Parc national de Frontenac
Randonnée guidée à la Tourbière
Grand harle, lac à la Barbue
Cerf de Virginie
Parc national de Frontenac
Parc national de Frontenac
Parc national de Frontenac
Paruline
Tourbière
Sentier de la Tourbière
Cycling at Parc national de Frontenac
Kayak - Parc national de Frontenac
Kayak au Parc national de Frontenac - Crédits Stéphanie Allard
Kayak au Parc national de Frontenac - Crédits Stéphanie Allard
Lac à la Barbue nautical circuit
Parc national de Frontenac's sunset experience
Parc national de Frontenac
Location d'équipements
Planche à pagaie
Plante - Parc National Frontenac
Randonnée pédestre au Parc national de Frontenac - Crédits Stéphanie Allard
La Tourbière in fall season
Fall
Randonnée au Parc
Camp rustique La Tanière, lac des Ours
chalet legendre, lac des Îles
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Parc national de Frontenac

Contact details

177, route du parc de Frontenac
Adstock Québec, G0N 1S0
List of itineraries

418 486-2300 #6060
1 800 665-6527

parc.frontenac@sepaq.com

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Description

  • Hiking trails : 40 km

  • Cycle path : 15 km

Our crushes (6)

  • Bog hike

    Home to carnivorous plants and rare orchids!

  • Tease the fish

    On board a boat or simply wading, come to fish!

  • All on the wather

    Rentals : canoe, sup, kayak and pedal boat.

  • Picnic in nature

    Extend your pleasure on the shores of Grand lac St-François!

  • Bike the Littoral

    16 km cycle path along the lake. Several stops To discover!

  • Supervised swimming

    Come and have fun at the beach in the St-Daniel sector!

In a few words

Characterized by the presence of the majestic Grand Lac Saint-François, 3rd largest lake in southern Quebec, by rich wetlands and gentle hills of mature forests, the park is made up of 3 sectors; St-Daniel, South and Sainte-Praxède.

Take the time to explore the St-Daniel and South sectors on foot, by bike or by kayak! Experience privileged contact with the flora and fauna by staying on a campsite, in a canoe-camping, in a ready-to-camp, in a rustic shelter or even in one of the 8 intimate cabins located by the lake. Let yourself be tempted by a guided rabaska canoe excursion, a guided hike in La tourbière or an evening chat hosted by a park warden.

When autumn comes, discover the flamboyant colors!

In winter, nordic snowshoe enthusiasts can take advantage of all the roads and trails in the park, with the exception of the La Tourbière trail in the St-Daniel sector. The trails in the South sector offer breathtaking views of Baie Sauvage.

Certifications et distinctions

  • Bienvenue cyclistes !™
  • Aventure Écotourisme

    Schedule and prices

    Schedule

    The operation of the different sectors of the park varies according to the number of visitors.
    For more information, please see the Information section at https://www.sepaq.com/pq/fro/information.dot

    Prices

    Daily access rate applicable per person:
    18 years old and over, see: https://www.sepaq.com/fr/reservation/achat/acces-quotidien
    Under 17: free

    Prices, terms and services are subject to change without notice.

    In order to give you a taste or simply to recall good memories, we offer you a virtual tour allowing you to discover the places that make the park famous; www.nadeauphotosolution.ca/parc_frontenac/360

    The whole team will be happy to welcome you there! Good visit!

    Articles (6)

    Articles

    9 places to take the dog for a walk !

    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!

    Active Nature Tourist Wanted: The Family

    We’re back! The family of campers wanted by Tourisme Chaudière-Appalâches is… exhausted but satisfied! Ok, I have to come clean, I imagine some of you that are used to my travel writings are raising an eyebrow right about now and asking yourselves ‘’campers’’?! Yes, campers, but very casual!

    Curious Nature Let's explore the Route des Vallons et des Lacs

    The Route des Vallons et des Lacs! As its name suggests, as you travel it you will discover rolling landscapes and have access to some of the most beautiful lakes in our region. Lakes, rivers, covered bridges, winding roads, beautiful country houses, mining heritage and magnificent nature await you! This tourist route really has everything to please lovers of beautiful car rides, nature lovers, as well as motorcyclists and cyclists who love challenges.

    Active Nature Waking up to autumnal nature

    After more than two years living in Chaudière-Appalaches, my lover and I were looking forward to the moment when the hustle and bustle of daily life would give us time to explore one of the natural gems of our adopted region. It's finally happened! And it was with great anticipation that we went to Frontenac National Park for a day.