Parc national du Bic


Located in the St. Lawrence Estuary, Parc national du Bic proudly showcases its capes, bays, coves, islands, and mountains. The park's atmosphere is unique. 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 basing in the sun near the shore. It's beautiful, peaceful and relaxing...

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Your cabin awaits you for the holiday season

Snow‑covered pine trees, outdoor activities, and a crackling wood fire – all the required ingredients for a memorable stay! Take advantage of the holiday season to play outside, recharge your batteries and celebrate with your loved ones. Book your cabin today.

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Ready-to-camp: book for summer and fall 2016

Starting December 8 at 9 a.m., you can book your Huttopia tent or Hékipia tent stay for the summer and fall of 2016. Leave home with peace of mind and discover the joys of camping without needing to bring all your equipment.

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Camping in national parks: bookings for summer 2016

Starting February 6 and 7, 2016, you can book your national park campsite for next summer. The calendar to find out what time the booking period opens for the national park of your choice will be available soon.

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Family Time

Activities for your youngsters, accommodations, and services - discover what this family destination has in store for your vacation! See our detailed fact sheet.

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Annual Parcs Québec Network Card

Your pass for our protected areas. Enjoy an unlimited acces to the 24 Québec’s national parks for a period of 12 months! Details


Don't move firewood

A single piece of firewood can destroy millions of trees. Invasive insects and diseases can hide inside it. Buy it locally. Burn it on site. Find out more