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Summer season : may 21 to October 11.
Discover the park: Located in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains, the park offers a rich and generous nature, 10,000 years of history, multiple lakes and rivers for water sports and wildlife observation, various hiking trails of easy to intermediate level. Hike, paddle or just relax on a sandy shoreline as the wind blows. Lac-Témiscouata National Park is your family destination for the summer. The welcome, the passion and the recent and well maintained facilities will make all the difference for an unforgettable stay!
Activities for everyone: Interpretation and discovery activities for all are offered during the summer. Attend a storytelling session around the fire with your children, evening talks or a guided hike on the mountain. Come meet the park's archaeologist and have the chance to participate in real archaeological digs. Go on a rabaska adventure on the Touladi lakes with our naturalists to discover the richness of the territory and learn more about the culture of the First Nations.
A place to discover for cyclists: the paved road network, shared and all curves and reliefs, is appreciated by cycling enthusiasts (27 kilometers). The Grey-Owl multifunctional trail runs along the shores of Lake Témiscouata for 7 kilometers through Anse-à-William. By bicycle, the 24-km shore-to-shore circuit, using the L'Épinoche water shuttle and the Le Corégone ferry, allows you to soak up Lake Témiscouata and its immensity. Bicycle rental on site.
Anse à William: near the sandy shore of Lake Témiscouata, the discovery and service center offers all the amenities. Camping, ready-to-camp, animated activities, boat and bicycle rentals and hiking to the exceptional forest ecosystem of the Fourneau mountain nearby. The Épinoche water shuttle connects the Anse-à-William campground and the Cabano district of Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac.
Grand Lac Touladi: where time stands still... This enchanting site, designed especially for families, includes various amenities. Playground for toddlers, fun activities for the family, boat rental, mosquito net shelter, picnic area and community fire pit, and camping sites.
Also, the Nature Curious Trail is a 0.7 kilometer trail filled with physical challenges and discoveries that lead young people to discover the nature and history of the park.
Grands-Pins: This nature oasis near Dégelis is home to a small ready-to-camp village on a shingle shore. A walking trail with breathtaking views of Lake Témiscouata, a playground, boat rentals and a community hall for corporate or school groups.
Affiliations and distinctions
Lac-Témiscouata National Park is part of the SEPAQ network