Just 30 minutes from Québec City, you’ll fall under the spell of a vast mountainous plateau cut by deep valleys. Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier is host to one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in Québec, the spectacular Vallée de la Jacques-Cartier. The Jacques Cartier River, calm in some places and turbulent in others, has sliced a 550-metre-deep channel into the plateau. A coniferous forest dominates the high plateaus, and deciduous trees people the deep valleys. Here, nature is both inspiring and serene.
Enjoy new advantages on purchase or renewal of your Annual Parcs Québec Network Card: a 10% discount in all Boutique Nature outlets and a free night of camping in the Parcs Québec network. Details and conditions
You can now book your campsite for the summer in one of our 7,400 campsites distributed throughout Sépaq network. On the program: fun, adventure and discovery! A great chance to get close to nature! Plan your stay
You can now book your 2014 stay in a Huttopia tent, Hékipia tent or a tent trailer at the national parks, wildlife reserves and tourist resorts. Families, couples or groups of friends, discover the joys of camping without having to bring your own equipment! Shop >
In the mood for a few more days of fishing? Plan next summer’s fishing trip with cabin accommodations and get 20% off the third and subsequent days. Certain conditions apply. Book >
Try the easiest formula for a short fishing getaway! One-night stays available. All the cabins are available for one night with a minimum of only 2 people. Fish the evening of your arrival and again the next day. Certain conditions apply. Book >
Make a contribution to the protection and conservation of Parcs Québec network national parks by participating in the Fonds Parcs Québec Adopt an Animal program.
Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier will be closed up to and including April 24 while repairs are being made to the access road. Five hundred metres of Chemin de la Vallée were cut off after a stream overflowed its banks. Thank you for your understanding.
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
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