The natural world, behind the scenes
National and regional parks are unique in offering a variety of interpretive activities led by experienced naturalists.
Are you familiar with an animal called the fisher? Would you like to visit black bear territory during the summer, while these animals are roaming? How about spotting an emblematic loon while out on a rabaska canoe, or experiencing the forest in the middle of the night or when ablaze with colour during Indian summer? Outings to discover the park’s flora and fauna, hikes in the woods, tours of waterways, themed activities about a certain species or variety: every year, the parks offer a host of nature-based activities in the company of naturalist guides who are thoroughly versed in their subject. Young and old alike will make real discoveries or find a way to expand their in-the-field knowledge, in the heart of a preserved natural environment. Visit the websites of the different parks to find updated information about their programs.