Information - Réserve faunique de Rimouski - Wildlife Reserves - Sépaq

Réserve faunique de Rimouski

Location

Réserve faunique de Rimouski lies in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region. It borders New Brunswick.

QuébecMontréal
Saint-Narcisse Registration and Administration Centre 331 km 554 km

 

Access and Operating Period

Administration and Registration Centre (Saint-Narcisse)

The administration and registration centre of Réserve faunique de Rimouski lies 1 km south of the junction of Route 232 and Route 234, i.e., 21 km from Route 20 near the Rimouski turnoff (Sainte-Blandine exit 610).

Opening hours vary by season.

Period:

  • May 24 to November 14, 2019
    • Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Registration Centre (Lac Rimouski)

To get to the Lac Rimouski Registration Centre, you'll have to drive 45 km in the reserve. This registration centre is open from mid-May to mid-November. Opening hours vary by season.

Period:

  • May 24 to October 23, 2019
    • every day, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • October 24 to November 14, 2019
    • every day, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Services

Administration and Registration Centre

  • Information
  • Registration
  • Sale
    • Hunting licence
    • Fishing licence
    • Access rights
    • Promotional items

Lac Rimouski Registration

  • Information
  • Sale
    • Access rights
    • Promotional items
    • Baits and decoys
    • Firewood
    • Gas (enough to get you to the nearest station)
    • Ice
  • Rental
    • Rowboat
    • Fishing rod
    • Lifejacket
    • Kayak
    • Bedding
    • Electric motors
    • Grocery items: bread, water, UHT milk (Grand Pré), tea, coffee, etc.
  • Guide service when available
  • Sector warden on site

Services for families

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


Contact Information

Contact Information:
112 Route de la réserve Rimouski
Saint-Narcisse (Québec)  G0K 1S0

Telephone : 418 735-2226

Fax : 418 735-2250

rimouski@sepaq.com

Registration Centre (Lac Rimouski)

Telephone : 581 805-8006

Important

Pets

Dogs are allowed in wildlife reserves, but only on certain sites. Guide dogs and service dogs are allowed everywhere. Condition and regulation

Using drones

In order to minimize the impact on wildlife and on the customer experience, Sépaq does not allow recreational drone use at the establishments it manages. Find out more

Map Library

Fishing

Maps of the lakes

(in French only)

According to the available data, the lakes maps may present various information such as bathymetry or sites favorable to fishing. For an easier consultation, they have been grouped by sector.

Accommodation sectors

Bellefontaine

Castor

Deschênes

Lac Dumont

Grand Kedgwick

Huguette

Lac à John

Lac Sifroi

Perdrix

Petit Kedgwick

Lac Rimouski

Rivière Sifroi

Day fishing

Day fishing

To open a compressed file, save it to your computer first. Unzip all the contents of the folder by pressing and holding (or right-clicking) on the folder, select Extract All, and then follow the instructions.

Small Game Hunting

Big game hunting

GPS

How to use MicroSD files for Garmin GPS

Please follow these steps to copy the GPS file on your MicroSD card:

•  Download the GPS file.
•  Save the file on your workstation.
•  Decompress the*.zip file.
•  Insert the MicroSD card into your computer, perhaps with the help of an adapter.
•  Copy the Garmin folder on your MicroSD card.
•  Withdraw the MicroSD card from your computer.
•  Insert the MicroSD card into your Garmin GPS.

Important: Please do not change the name of the directory or of the file; otherwise your GPS will be unable to read the document. The MicroSD card can hold only one GPS file. Use is reserved for Garmin GPS only.

GPS files - Réserve faunique de Rimouski (2019)

External Links

Tourisme Bas-Saint-Laurent QuébecOriginal

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