Seascapes, cliffs, and mountains provide this park with unique exceptional beauty. So much to see and do: here you can view seals, seven species of whales (cruises with interpretive guide), beavers, black bears, moose, and various bird species; you can hike a wide network of hiking trails for all levels; enjoy sea kayaking, snorkeling, biking, swimming, and more.
Also offred are natural and historic interpretation activities, heritage sites including a historic general store, a typical fisherman-farmer's house and World War II fortifications. Different types of camping (Petit-Gaspé, Des-Rosiers, Cap-Bon-Ami) and ready-to-camp accommodations are offered, from June 22, 2020.
- Open: June 1 to October 12, 2020, with services.
- The park is accessible all year.
- Details and rates available on the website.
- You can be served in English, and translated materials are available.
A team of local volunteers maintains the cross-country ski trails in Forillon National Park, even though the park is not officially open in the winter. Visit facebook.com/ski-forillon for trail conditions.