Characterized by the presence of the majestic Grand Lac Saint-François, 3rd largest lake in southern Quebec, by rich wetlands and gentle hills of mature forests, the park is made up of 3 sectors; St-Daniel, South and Sainte-Praxède.
Take the time to explore the St-Daniel and South sectors on foot, by bike or by kayak! Experience privileged contact with the flora and fauna by staying on a campsite, in a canoe-camping, in a ready-to-camp, in a rustic shelter or even in one of the 8 intimate cabins located by the lake. Let yourself be tempted by a guided rabaska canoe excursion, a guided hike in La tourbière or an evening chat hosted by a park warden.
When autumn comes, discover the flamboyant colors!
In winter, nordic snowshoe enthusiasts can take advantage of all the roads and trails in the park, with the exception of the La Tourbière trail in the St-Daniel sector. The trails in the South sector offer breathtaking views of Baie Sauvage.