Parc national du Bic is located in the Bas-Saint-Laurent tourism region. All of the park entrances are off Route 132 between the municipalities of Saint-Fabien and Rimouski (Le Bic district).
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Provincial highway 132, then take the entrance to the Rivière-du-Sud-Ouest (camping not accessible via the entry Cap-à-l'Orignal).
The park is open year-round. To better plan your activities, please note the periods during which services are available in each sector. Operating hours vary depending on the time of year. Find out more from the park.
Services: reception and information, Boutique Nature, convenience store, accommodatio registration, rental, first aid services, washrooms
Outside these opening hours, you can buy and print your daily access online before you leave. You can also use the positions of self-perception at the park by depositing the correct amount in the envelope provided for that purpose.
Access to the Rivière-du-Sud-Ouest Visitor’s Centre and the Baudry House - In the winter, only the Visitor’s Centre parking lot is open. The road is closed from the first snowfall until the spring thaw.
This entrance is closed the day after Thanksgiving until the spring thaw. In the summer, a registration station is open. Self-registration year-round.
This Visitors Centre, located is in the heart of the park, is the perfect place to organize and plan your stay. It houses a Boutique Nature, a convenience store, and an information counter. Don't miss the access to Park Path Explorer with its kiosks and audiovisual presentations.
At the Boutique located in the Rivière-du-Sud-Ouest Visitors Centre, you will discover a wide range of souvenir items and clothing. At Boutique Nature on the Discovery and Visitors Centre - Rioux Farm, in addition to the regular collection, you can buy local crafts and educational products.
* Subject to availability, equipment for children may be borrowed free of charge (one day rental maximum).
In the winter, a baggage transport service is available with the rustic shelter Le Rioux. Reservation: 1 800 665-6527. Fees apply.
A food counter and vending machines are available at the Discovery and Visitors Centre - Rioux Farm. The campground convenience store is open to park visitors.
Come and sip some tea in this “colonial revival” cottage built by Walter Lyman in the early 1920s. The enchanting decor and magnificent scenery of Cap-à-l’orignal are sure to charm you. The tearoom is on the Chemin-du-Nord trail.
To better plan your activities, please consult our family services.
Inns, bed & breakfasts, motels, cafés, snack bars and restaurants are less than 20 km from the park, with many in nearby towns (municipalities of Le Bic and Saint-Fabien).
The following areas offer access to the mobility-impaired:
3382 Route 132 Ouest
P.O. Box 2066
Rimouski (Québec) GOL 1BO
Telephone : 418 736-5035
Fax : 418 736-5039
Regulations are in effect in the Parcs Québec network. Before going to a national park, check the main rules and recommendations to better plan your visit. Details (in French only)
Dogs and other domestic animals are not allowed in national parks, with the exception of guide dogs and service dogs. Condition and regulation
(in French only)
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