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Member of the Québec Park Network and exceptional natural site of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, this park preserves a fossil rich cliff of international renown.
This notoriety reached a turning point with the unveiling of the first complete specimen of Elpistostege watsoni discovered on the planet. Remarkably preserved, the Miguasha fish fossils helped us to understand the passage of vertebrates from aquatic to terrestrial life.
Permanent exhibit, family activities, Elpi rally, puppet theatre, sand box, lunch counter, shop and picnic areas. Trail and cliff not accessible to people with reduced mobility.
- Schedule: April 30 to October 25, 2019.
- Reservations mandatory for groups.
- Admission fees: several rates available.
- Visit the website for more details.