Summer season: June to October.
Discover the park: natural beauty, 10,000 years of history, spectacular lakes and rivers, a diversity of hiking trails and a multitude of discovery activities for all ages. Take part in an archaeological dig, see a play with your kids, walk the trails, paddle the rivers and lakes or simply relax on the sandy shore. Parc national du Lac-Témiscouata is a great summer destination for the whole family. The friendly staff, their passion for nature, and the park's new facilities provide all the makings for unforgettable memories!
Activities for everyone: stories and legends, excursions, evening talks and family activities await. Come meet the park archaeologist and take the opportunity to participate in real archaeological digs. Go on a rabaska adventure on the Lacs Touladi
with our naturalists to discover the park's amazing beauty and bounty while learning more about First Nations culture.
A paradise for cyclists: the park's hilly and winding paved road network is ideal for road-bike enthusiasts (27 kilometres, shared with vehicles). A multi-use trail runs 7 kilometres along the shores of Lac Témiscouata. By crossing the lake on L'Épinoche boat shuttle and Le Corégone ferry, cyclists can ride a 24-kilometre circuit around Lac Témiscouata. Bike rental on site.
Anse à William sector: located near a sandy shore of Lac Témiscouata, the Discovery and Visitors Centre at Anse à William offers all the amenities event a campground. Organized activities, boat rentals and hikes to the exceptional forest ecosystem of the Montagne du Fourneau. The Anse à William sector has a 5.5-kilometre bike path and easy access to the 134-kilometre Petit Témis bike trail.
Grand Lac Touladi sector: Designed especially for families, this beautiful site offers many amenities: playground for kids, fun family activities, boat rentals, screened shelter, campground, picnic area and community campfire area. In addition, the Curieux de Nature Trail, is a 0.7-kilometre trail filled with physical challenges and discoveries of all kinds, introducing young people to nature and to the park's rich history.
Grands-Pins sector: this oasis of nature is a great spot for a relaxing break. It includes a small village of ready-to-camp along a pebble beach. Hiking trail with
breathtaking views over Lac Témiscouata, playground, boat rentals and community hall for corporate or school groups.