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Bic National Park

Located 15 km west of downtown, this National Park measuring 33.2 km2 offers an impressive collection of small islands, reefs and cliffs sculpted by the sea over the centuries. You can observe grey and common seals among other things. In the summer: Discovery activities, hiking, bike rides (bike rentals available) guided hikes, minibus shuttles to the pic Champlain and kayak excursions. Lodging: Campings (semi-serviced, serviced or primitive), yurts, Huttopia, tents-trailers. In the winter: Snow-shoeing, cross-country skiing, winter hiking, equipment rental and accomodation in yurts and tourist homes.

Schedule

Open year round. Note that the schedule for discovery activities might be changed without notice.

Fees

Adult $7.50 | Kids: free

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Canyon des Portes de l’Enfer

Discover our 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 the Hommage aux draveurs.

A snack bar service, a camping in the wilderness and a 7 km cycling trail are also offered.

Schedule

21th May to July 1st and August 15th to to mid-October 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
July 2nd to August 14th 8:30 am to 6:30 pm

Fees

Adult: $14 | family: $37 | children 5 to 17, $7. Leashed pets accepted.

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Reford Gardens

One of the premier gardens in North America, Les Jardins de Métis/Reford Gardens offer the beauty of thousands of plants in bloom along a winding brook. The lush landscape culminates in views of the St. Lawrence and Mitis rivers. Twenty-five installations of the International Garden Festival, temporary exhibitions, art in nature, the ERE 132 Eco Home and a flock of sheep are feature attractions. In Estevan Lodge and its museum, discover the story of Elsie Reford, the avid gardener and plant lover who dedicated her life to creating this gardener’s paradise. Enjoy lunch in the Estevan Lodge restaurant where the unique tastes of the region and of edible flowers picked daily are on the menu.  

Schedule

June 3rd to october 8th
Everyday: June and September 8 : 30 am to 6 : 00 pm July and August: 8 : 30 am to 8 : 00 pm

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Rimouski Regional Museum

In a remarkable building facing the Tourist Information Center is the regional Museum. Exhibitions on comtemporary art, regional history and sciences. A must !

Schedule

June 12th to September 4th 2017, everyday 9:30 am to 6 pm
Winter Session: wednesday to sunday 12:00 am to 5 pm and thursday, 8 pm

Fees

6 $ adult, 14 $ family, 4 $ student and senior, free children 5 years and less

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Saint-Barnabé Island

4 km East of Rimouski. Saint-Barnabé Island faces downtown Rimouski. Transfer from the marina to the island aboard safe ridged hull inflatables. Hiking trails, great blue heron and common seal observation. Rimouski seen from a unique point of view.

Schedule

From June 17th to september 4th.
Departures from 9 am to 2:30 pm every half hour
Returns from 10:15 am to 6:15 pm every half hour

Fees

Fees: adult: $19
6 to 17 years old: $12.50
Family (1 adult + 1 child 6 to 17) $26 | additional child: $9.50
5 and younger: Free

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Site historique de La Maison Lamontagne

Visit the oldest house east of Quebec City, a half-timbered construction built around 1744. Discover its history, exceptional architectural style and different exhibits on domestic architecture and the life of 18th century peasants. Activities, free outdoor concerts on Sundays, picnic areas further allow visitors to appreciate the historic site. Marie-Agnès and Basile, the first owners, await you!

Schedule

June 24th to September 5th, 9 am to 6 pm, everyday
September 6th to October 10th, 9 am to 7 pm, Friday to Sunday

Fees

Adult $5, under 5 years old free, 6 to 18 years old $3, Senior $4

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Site historique maritime de la Pointe-au-Père

Climb aboard the Onondaga submarine and dive into this fascinating world with an audio-guided visit. Discover the story of the Empress of Ireland, a passenger liner, from its construction to the day it sank in 1914. Experience the multimedia presentation to witness the atmosphere of that final fateful voyage! It also includes the visit of one of the highest lighthouse in Canada, which is free of charge this summer for Canada’s 150th anniversary.

Schedule

June 10th to October 9th: 9 am to 6 pm