To see and do



Site Historique Maritime de la Pointe-au-Père

(17 km from campground)

Climb aboard the ONONDAGA submarine and dive into this fascinating world with an audio-guided visit. The historical site presents the history of the Empress of Ireland and also includes the visit to one of the tallest lighthouses in Canada. 

(2.5 h-3 h visit)

Parc National du Bic

(8 km from campground)

Coastal park: small islands, reefs and cliffs sculpted by the sea. You can observe grey and common seals, and much more. In the summer: Discovery activities, hiking, bike rides (bike rentals available), guided hikes, minibus shuttles to the pic Champlain and kayak excursions.

(Min. 1/2 day visit)


Hell’s gate canyon

(35 km from campground) 

A network of easy to intermediate trails of 1 to 14 km leads to a stunning panoramic view & 63 ft high suspended bridge! Innovative activities like Les Portes d’Oniria, the enchanted trail, the geocaching trail: Rallye of the senses, and the lighting of the Grand Sault waterfall in the evening. 

(Visit ≅ 3 h)


Reford Garden

(48 km from campground)

Voted one of the wonders of Québec and ranked among Canada’s premier garden destinations. The gardens offer floral displays (over 3,000 species), art in the gardens, exhibitions, culinary experiences, and the innovative installations of the International Garden Festival. 

(Visit 2 h +)



Beach Rocher Blanc

(2 km from campground)

Lovely beach with public parking and access to 27 km of trails “Sentiers du Littoral”. Lovely place to watch the sunset. Beware, the water is very cold!


Cycling path

(Direct access from campground)

Directly across from the campground. Reach downtown Rimouski in only 30 minutes by bicycle. Stop for ice cream while you are there!


Parc Beauséjour

(8 km from campground)

Superb park on the shores of Rimouski River Water Games, cycling path, walking trails, musical picnic, and many free performances!


Downtown Rimouski

(5 minutes away from campground)

Discover this attractive and dynamic university town. Stroll or cycle its amazing boardwalks along the St-Lawrence river. You can even fish! Local shops, great restaurants, farmer’s markets, and host to many events throughout the season!

MORE to see/ MORE to do


Flavors and Delicacies; fine chocolates, maple products, honey, and much more

Looking for adventure?

Zip-line at Forêt de Maître Corbeau, take a zodiac to discover St-Barnabé Island

Art Lover?

Visit our museums, art galleries and artist Workshop.

Golf fan?

18-hole or 9-hole golf courses and mini-golf

Events & Festivals

Les Grandes Fêtes Telus : Popular music festival

Concerts aux îles du Bic : Chamber music festival in enchanting surroundings

FESTIJAZZ international- Rimouski

Marathon of Rimouski