Eleven simple outings for individuals with restricted mobility
The generous nature of Québec offers a vast array of places conducive to wonder, relaxation, and outdoor activities. Sépaq is committed to connecting people with nature. Sépaq is continually improving its facilities and thinking outside the box to make them more accessible than ever.
Despite our concerted efforts to suggest outings that will suit you best, your experience may vary depending upon your degree of mobility. Before leaving, please refer to the evaluations of our establishments carried out by the Kéroul team. You can also consult Sépaq’s Action Plan for People with Disabilities (in French only). And don’t hesitate to talk with our on-site employees, who’ll help you enjoy a simple getaway.
Companion Leisure Card (CAL): Companion Leisure Card (CAL) holders may be accompanied free of charge by one person during a visit in a Québec national park. Find out more
The pleasure of being at the beach
Parc national d’OKA
As part of its commitment to making its activities accessible to individuals with restricted mobility, the park makes the Hippocampe recreational wheelchair available free of charge. The beach, water activities, and hiking trails are thus more readily accessible to one and all. The beach-front boardwalk offers a striking view of Lac des Deux-Montagnes. There’s even an adapted playground for the little ones!
A tailor-made fishing stay
Réserve faunique Mastigouche and Réserve faunique Ashuapmushuan
Fishing season has finally begun! For a hassle-free fishing trip, stay in the comfort of Lac Jouet cabin, or Lac-Chigoubiche cabin #4, which are adapted for people with reduced mobility. A number of cabins with access ramps are also offered across the network.
To make sure you book a stay adapted to your needs, contact our team at 1-800-665-6527.
Peace and quiet
Parc national de Frontenac
Everyone adores this peaceful place. Labbé cabin is located at the edge of the lake. Its terrace offers an exceptional view. The peatbog is a must-see. The sector is home to a number of species of carnivorous plants and orchids. Visitors can take in all these wonders while exploring its lengthy boardwalk.
Discover the stars
Parc national du Mont-Mégantic
Take the time to stop at the heart of the first International Dark Sky Reserve. Located at the foot of the mountain, ASTROLab is a museum that includes three exhibition halls and a multimedia room with a giant screen. You can also visit the Observatory, located at an altitude of 1,105 m and accessible by car. A number of organized activities take place on site.
An awesome waterfall
Parc de la Chute-Montmorency
Between river and cliffs, it's one of the most spectacular sites of the province. Looming some 83 metres high, majestic Montmorency Falls dominates the landscape. You can take the cableway, explore the trails, and get tantalizingly close to the waterfall. Food services are available at Manoir Montmorency, as well as at the station.
A number of destinations on offer
You have a tent or a recreational vehicle? If so, you’re all set for some Sépaq camping! At a number of locations, the buildings, including washroom facilities, the visitors centre, the community hall, and the shop, have been designed to provide universal access. To know which ones, click here.