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The park is open year-round. To better plan your activities, please note the periods during which services are available in each sector. Operating hours vary depending on the time of year. Find out more on the park website.
Rivière-du-Sud-Ouest Visitors Centre
Services: reception and information, Boutique Nature, convenience store, accommodation registration, rental, first aid services, washrooms
Discovery and Visitors Centre (Rioux Farm)
This Visitors Centre, located is in the heart of the park, is the perfect place to organize and plan your stay. It houses a Boutique Nature, a convenience store, and an information counter.
Daily Access - Adult (18 years and over) $8.90 Annual Park Card $44.50 Annual Park Card $80.25 Free for children of 17 years old and less.
Located in the St. Lawrence Estuary, Parc national du Bic proudly showcases its capes, bays, coves, islands, and mountains, emblems of its renown. Think of the sounds and smells of the sea or the caress of a maritime breeze. Imagine a breathtaking sunset, considered to be one of the world's finest. Seabirds come to nest in the park, and rare plants bloom on its rocky capes. Visitors are delighted by seals basking in the sun near the shore.
Mingle with the sea, the forest and the meadow along the shores of the St. Lawrence Estuary, and surrender to the unique experience of this coastal marine park.
The estuary as you've never seen it before! Whether from the top of Pic Champlain, the shelter of Baie du Ha! Ha! or the rocky shores of Havre du Bic, you can admire one-of-a-kind sunsets of renowned beauty.
Reaching an elevation of 346 metres, Pic Champlain is the highest peak of the Murailles massif. From the lookout at the top, the views over the estuary and park are amazing. You can hike up or get a lift on the shuttle.
Leave your car behind and head out to freely explore the park by bike. Enjoy cycling through the diverse landscapes of forests, hills and coastline. Choose from trails suitable for all ages. Bikes can be rented at the park's Baudry rental centre.
SEA KAYAK OUTINGS
With its islands and lacework of coves and bays, the park is one of the most beautiful destinations for kayakers. Whether or not you have kayaking experience, professional guides will accompany you on your outing to show you the park from a different vantage point.
HERITAGE AT THE HEART OF HISTORY
As you walk along the Chemin-du-Nord trail, you'll discover lovely restored buildings that bear witness to how people have settled and used this area. The Lyman cottage has been converted into a tearoom and is sure to charm.
DISCOVER THE PARK IN WINTER
The winter season in the park has a wide range of activities. Head out on foot, snowshoes, skis or fat bikes to explore the trails. All the trails will lead you to spectacular views of the St. Lawrence and its islands.