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.