Information - Parc national de Miguasha - National Parks - Sépaq

Parc national de Miguasha

Location

Parc national de Miguasha is on Chaleur Bay in the Gaspésie tourism region. It is accessed by leaving Route 132 either in the municipality of Nouvelle or in the municipality of Escuminac.

Area: 0.8 km2

 

Montréal

Québec

Carleton

Percé

Gaspé

Rimouski

Natural History Exhibitions

765 km

543 km

22 km

235 km

325 km

240 km

 

Access and Operating Period

Natural History Exhibitions

Services:

  • Reception, self-guided tour and shop: 
    • May 30 to October 14, 2022: every day, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Universal Access

The following buildings offer access to the mobility impaired:

  • Natural History Exhibitions
  • Le Dévonien Lunch Counter
  • Boutique L'échoppe

Services

Boutique L'Échoppe

Boutique L'Échoppe will charm you with the diversity and originality of its products. It offers ammonite or amber jewels and a wide range of decorative stone, mineral, or fossil objects, not to mention fine crafts by about thirty artists and artisans from the Gaspé Peninsula. Give someone an original gift or just treat yourself.

Period: 

  • May 30 to October 14, 2022: every day, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Le Dévonien Snack bar

Snacks are offered to visitors: chips, sausages, ice cream, muffins and beverages.

Period: 

  • May 30 to October 14, 2022: every day, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Services for families

To better plan your activities, please consult our family services.


Nearby Services

Accommodations

  • Two campgrounds 5 km and 15 km from the park
  • Two small inns 1 km and 2.5 km from the park

Contact Information

Mailing Address:
231 Route Miguasha Ouest
P.O. Box 183
Nouvelle (Québec)  G0C 2E0

Telephone : 418 794-2475

Fax : 418 794-2033

parc.miguasha@sepaq.com

Important

Regulations

Regulations are in effect in Québec national parks. Before going to a national park, check the main rules and recommendations to better plan your visit. Details

Pets

Since May 17, 2019, dogs are allowed. However, they are only allowed in certain areas. Check out the applicable rules and authorized sites.

Guide dogs and service dogs are allowed everywhere. Other pets are still prohibited in national parks.

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

Documentation

Discovery Guide Careful by nature

External Links

Bonjour Québec Camping Québec The Way of Gaspé Cure, the Historic Route Hotel Baie Bleue Justification for being on the World Heritage List Le Québec maritime La petite route de la Seigneurie Parks Canada Riôtel Tourisme Gaspésie World Conservation Monitoring Center Voyager et découvrir

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