Beautiful Stukely Lake
A magnificent lake open to a range of activities, with crystal clear water and stunning landscapes. From the beach, you’ll admire Mont Chauve along with the small island at its base. On the water, you’ll get up close to the Mont-Orford Massif and Miner Island.
A Biodiverse Bog
The Étang-Fer-de-Lance pond hides a peat bog that collects highly mineralized groundwater and runoff water. Its specific ecological conditions make it suitable for vegetation that is common to marsh habitats. Come take in this natural masterpiece from the lookout.
Hike along this magnificent trail and trek to the summit of Mont-Chauve, which climbs to an elevation of nearly 600 metres. From there, you’ll have a bird’s eye view of Stukely Lake. A wonderful and beginner-friendly mountain hike that you can enjoy in both summer and winter.
Conquer the Crêtes
Are you a recreational hiker who enjoys daunting challenges? Set out to conquer the ridges and reach the summits of the Mont-Orford Massif! From the Pic de l’Ours, you’ll have a breathtaking 360-degree view of the region.
Winter in the Park
The park attracts winter sports enthusiasts of all levels. Activities include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking and winter hiking. You’ll marvel at the beauty and peacefulness of the surroundings.
Enriching nature experiences.
Québec’s national parks, guardians of countless treasures, offer a chance to connect with nature. Safeguard these protected areas so they can be cherished and enjoyed for generations to come.
Explo: a new game for young adventurers
This summer, a brand-new free geolocation-based game will allow your small fry to have fun and move about while discovering Quebec's national parks. The downloadable application will transform hiking into a challenging exploration mission for them, combining all sorts of nature challenges.
The game includes a version adapted to each parks for which it will be available, i.e. Aiguebelle, Bic, Jacques-Cartier, Mont-Mégantic, Plaisance, Mont-Saint-Bruno, Lac-Témiscouata, Yamaska, Mont-Orford, Mont-Tremblant, and Oka national parks.