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Parc national d'Opémican

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Get ready to navigate the Kipawa and Temiscaming lakes waterways, to camp atop rock walls overlooking Lac Témiscamingue and to gather around a campfire under the tall pines.

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Parc national d'Opémican Catherine Simard | © Sépaq
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The Heritage Trail

Come visit the heart of Parc national d’Opémican. Our Heritage Trail offers the chance to visit several restored or reconstructed historical buildings, including the famous Jodoin Inn. Learn about life at Opémican during the log driving era through a variety of audio-visual experiences. Get ready to travel through time!

Yan Kaczynski | © Sépaq


Do you seek out remote areas? Are you completely selfsufficient on canoe trips? Well, you’re not short on options here! Our canoe trip options offer something for everyone. Prepare yourself for an adventure where you will feel as though you are alone in the world!

Katrine Lamirande | © Sépaq

The Paroi-aux-faucons (Falcons’ Cliff) trail

Take note! This easy trail is a real highlight of the park! It will lead you to a rocky cliff approximately 70 meters high, offering a spectacular view over Lake Temiscamingue. Peregrine falcons often nest in this area so be sure to look up, and you might be lucky enough to see one soaring through the sky!

Émile Boulanger | © Sépaq

Trip to Opémika Falls

A small, hidden gem, accessible only by canoe or kayak! This outing will take you to the Ontario side of Lake Temiscamingue, to a beautiful waterfall that is perfect for cooling off on a hot summer day. This halfday expedition requires average paddling skills (you’ll need to cross a strait in the lake where the current is strong).

Yan Kaczynski | © Sépaq

Camping among the tall pines

For a magical camping experience, campers can spend the night in one of our ready-to-camp units or bring their own tent to sleep among the forest of tall pines! Rustic campsites located atop the cliffs overlooking Lake Temiscamingue or serviced campsites near Pointe Opemican’s beautiful, sandy beaches are available.

Yan Kaczynski | © Sépaq

Our Dedicated Team

Whether you have a question, a worry, or a comment, our team of passionate and dedicated individuals is here to help. Our team is proud to serve you and to ensure you can always get the most out of your stay at the park, regardless of if that means keeping the comfort stations clean, offering excellent hiking suggestions, or teaching you about the history and environment of the park.

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