Our not-to-be-missed activities in the Quebec City region
Here’s proof that we don’t need to go to the other side of the world to have great adventures in nature! To help you come up with ideas for outings to put on your must-do list this summer, we’ve identified the best activities offered at Sépaq destinations, all in the outskirts or at the heart of the Quebec City region.
Aquarium du Québec
Looking for a spectacular experience? Check out our 10,000 or so marine animals and discover a truly fascinating world! Visit the indoor pavilions and head outdoors to greet our marine mammals. Youngsters will also love the water games, the kid-friendly hebertism circuit, and the playgrounds… the perfect recipe for having a blast this summer!
Duchesnay, the all-in-one nature destination
You can now take advantage of our brand-new nautical hub, including a swimming area on the shore of beautiful Lac Saint-Joseph, a volleyball court, and a rental centre where you can hire watercraft and take to the lake.
What a treat for your inner foodie! Come and sample the wares at Bistro-bar Le Quatre-Temps, featuring traditional Québec products in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Head outside to the charming terrace to enjoy your meal... and the view.
To extend the pleasure, don't forget to reserve your room in our 4-star inn!
Parc de la Chute-Montmorency: you’ll be dazzled!
Get your fill of thrills thanks to the Parc de la Chute-Montmorency zipline. Armed with courage, you'll cross the Montmorency Falls cove, covering over 300 metres with your face to the wind and your feet dangling in the void! The quintessential breathtaking view awaits you!
Three via ferrata circuits have been built in the Boischatel fault, near the falls. A hiking trail on rock wall, accessible to all, that promises a dazzling view of the cove and Île d’Orléans.
Walk along the cliff to reach the suspension bridge and feel the thunder of the waterfall rumbling under your feet. Be sure to take the panoramic staircase where the drizzle from the waterfall can reach you. To round off your visit in style, take a picnic break or treat yourself to a meal at the terrace restaurant.
And how about a little fishing?
If you’re more of a camping enthusiast, these two wildlife reserves are ideal sites to pull up your recreational vehicle or to pitch your tent. There’s nothing better than camping in places that have been kept unspoiled!
Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier
Do you know this little corner of paradise only 30 minutes from Québec City? Recognized as one of the most beautiful valleys in Québec, Vallée de la Jacques‑Cartier is sure to please boating enthusiasts as well as lovers of forest walks. For a memorable river experience, why not try a mini-raft? As a group or with the family, you can explore the most turbulent part of the river. A made-to-measure thrill for adrenaline junkies! Take our word for it, you’re sure to be impressed by this 100% nature destination!