Covering an area of 536 km², this national park gives off an air of serenity in keeping with its gently undulating terrain.
On this wide plateau with its hills and valleys and network of lakes and rivers, live moves to the rhythms of nature.
The creation of the park in 1970 ensured the protection of this bountiful natural territory and its ecosystem, preserving a representative sample of the central part of the Canadian Shield.
Get in touch with nature by staying in Wapizagonke campground one of the park's campgrounds. The sites are located in wooded areas so as to respect the privacy of each group of campers.
- Washrooms with showers, sinks and toilets
- Picnic areas
- Kitchen shelters
- Firewood for sale ($)
- Boat rental and equipment within 1.5 km
- Community hall
- Dumping station
- Activities with naturalists in summer
- Less than 3 km of the Lac-Gabet and Vieux-Brûlis hiking trails
Secteur: Wapizagonke, Saint-Jean-de-Piles, (QC)
Same answer as for Mauricie
(Translated by Google) Very quiet and beautiful. The Waber Falls are not extraordinary in themselves but the hike to get there with the canoe part is very pleasant.