Berceau du Kamouraska

Berceau du Kamouraska

Attractions and Activities

This commemorative park two kilometres east of the village marks the site of the earliest centre of civic and religious life in Kamouraska and the Bas-Saint-Laurent, east of Rivière-Ouelle (1709-1791). It includes a memorial chapel; memorial plaques for the Michaud, Levasseur, Malenfant, Kirouac, Raymond (aka Phocas), Roy (aka Desjardins), Dionne, Albert and Thériault families; a monument dedicated to the first settlers listing over 220 family names; and the sites of the second church, the presbytery and the first cemetery in Kamouraska.

For more information: Musée régional de Kamouraska.
May first to June 23th / September first to October 31st
Monday till Friday 9 am to 5 pm

June 24 th to August 31st
Monday till Sunday 8 am to 6 pm
Pets allowed on leash.
Sortie Est du village
G0L 1M0
Tel.: 418 492-9783
Fax: 418 492-9789