Ride and discover
Pedal again and again to see a series of breathtaking landscapes! You want to make a little more distance? Know that the park also integrates to a regional network of more than 250 km of cycle paths. Bicycles are available for rent.
Ornithologist, to your binoculars
Listen to the wonderful flute song of the wood thrush in the maple grove. Go to the secondary dam to observe a multitude of shorebirds and who sometimes even knows a session hunting a bird of prey! Visit ebird.org to view the latest observations at the park or add your own!
We have bicycles, paddle boards, canoes, kayaks, pedal boats, and rowboats to rent out. Just show up at our rental centre at the far end of the picnic area and choose one of several options to explore the park and Reservoir Choinière. Rental is always free for those 17 and under in a family setting.
Outdoor yoga class!
The Louve Studio gives you an appointment to move and breathe consciously. From beginner to more experienced, the yoga is perfect in combination with your regular activities. Bring your yoga mat and comfortable clothes adapted to the weather.
Free! Every Saturday, at 9:30 a.m.
Test your agility and strength! The Motion offers you an outdoor Ninja Warrior experience with a side by side race. The facilities will include a series of balance exercises (Ninja Steps), a structure with various hanging obstacles, a wall inclined (warped wall) and finally, an Airbag jump!
Priced activity and by reservation.
Come enjoy the pedestrian paths, fatbikes, snowshoeing, sliding, wildlife observation, ice fishing and cross-country skiing with our new surface grooming technique. There are stunning viewpoints to take in. Head to the Visitors Centre for equipment rental from December through March.
Your park Celebrates its 40th Anniversary
In 1983, this territory was officially designated Yamaska Provincial Park with a primary recreational purpose. In 1999, the provincial government gave Sépaq the mandate to administer the territory, which would become Yamaska National Park in 2001.
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.