Parc national de Plaisance

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Plaisance—the name evokes the pleasantness of a landscape broken by bays, ponds, and marshes. Cyclists and pedestrians can explore this landscape to their heart's content, thanks to a shuttle bus that runs from one headland to the other. In spring, Plaisance puts on a performance with thousands of Canada Geese. Come summer, it's a paradise for ducks, herons, ospreys, and dozens of other species. It's also the Ottawa River's soft breeze that makes the tall grasses bend and toss in a wave-like roll across the Petite Presqu'île, not far from the campground. Discover summer at Parc national de Plaisance.

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Book your summer 2015 camping trip

Starting February 7 and 8, 2015, based on a defined calendar you can book your campsite for next summer. For more information, check the calendar to see when the booking period starts and start dreaming of your summer!


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Annual Parcs Québec Network Card

The most cost-effective way to pay national park entry fees in the Parcs Québec network. Enjoy unlimited access to 24 national parks for a period of 12 months, plus exclusive advantages only for cardholders. Details


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Ecological Integrity in our National Parks – 2003-2012 Report

After 10 years of field research, we are proud to present the first report on the evolution of the ecological integrity for Quebec’s National Parks. Access the entire findings (in French only) of more than 370 surveys carried out through the ecological integrity tracking program.


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2014-2015 Conservation Newsletter​

Are you interested in the conservation and management of the national parks? See the latest edition of the Conservation Bulletin for information on some recent research projects carried out in the Parcs Québec network. Science serving conservation!


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