Réserve faunique du Saint-Maurice
Located in the heart of Mauricie, the Saint-Maurice wildlife preserve (Sépaq) extends over an area…
The Mauricie National Park is a representative sample of the southern Laurentians. Camping, canoe-camping and oTENTik tents provide access to 536 km2 of lakes and forests. Accommodations are available at two heritage lodges that date back to the era of private hunting and fishing clubs. In summer, the park offers cycling, hiking and portage trails, while in winter, you will find cross-country ski groomed and marked trails and trails well-suited for snowshoeing. Discovery activities teach visitors how to understand and appreciate the park natural and cultural resources.
Admission is free for children aged 17 and under.
Camping, canot-camping and oTENTik reservations: 1-877-737-3783 or www.reservation.parcscanada.gc.ca /
Domaine Wabenaki-Andrew reservation: 1 819-537-4555 or www.info-nature.ca/en
oTENTik camping experience video : click here to learn more
Electric vehicle (EV) charging stations are available in different parking lots.
*** Parks Canada is adapting to the COVID-19 situation and visitor access and services will be limited. Visitors are asked to plan ahead by checking the website before they travel.***