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Parc national de Frontenac

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Bordering Grand Lac Saint-François, the Parc National de Frontenac offers a wide range of outdoor activities accessible to the whole family. A majestic lake, rich wetlands and rolling hills inviting you to discover the generous nature which is forever renewed with each passing season.

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Parc national de Frontenac Mathieu Dupuis | © Sépaq
Mathieu Dupuis | © Sépaq

Discover an exceptional ecosystem

The peatland in the Saint-Daniel sector is home to several species of carnivorous plants and orchids. A wooded pathway allows observation of the flora typical to peatlands. Discovery panels line the trail.

Thomas Patry | © Sépaq

Canoe-camping adventure

The Lac des Îles and Lac à La Barbue locations are excellent destinations for gentle paddling and learning about canoe-camping. Those of Baie Sauvage are ideal for more experienced canoeists. Experience the intimacy of nature and savor a new adventure!

Stéphane Audet | © Sépaq

Picnic at Baie Aux Rats-Musqués

The perfect place to grab a lunch and enjoy one of the most beautiful views of Grand Lac St-François! Several picnic tables and BBQs available, all located near a children’s playground, the cycle path and the beach volleyball court.

Mathieu Dupuis | © Sépaq

Exploring the Baie Sauvage

You have the soul of an explorer? By canoe or kayak, soak up the breathtaking scenery of La Baie Sauvage. Take the time to navigate around the small bays to observe the fauna and flora, and continue all the way to the waterfalls of the Felton River.

Paul Dussault | © Sépaq

Pedal Le Littoral

The Littoral cycle path in St-Daniel’s area offers a winding trail of 16 km (round trip) including stops that allow you to capture the vastness of Grand lac Saint-François. Do not miss the sunsets at the Pointe-aux-Pins and Baie des Sables!

Thomas Patry | © Sépaq

Walk the Grands Pins

This 5 km discovery trail offers an awakening of the senses ... rich smells of undergrowth of mosses, lichens and mushrooms, all under the watchful eye of huge white pines. Throughout the walk, you can see rocks that seem to have fallen from the sky! The views of Baie Sauvage will charm you.

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