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Bas-Saint-Laurent, Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre

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Rimouski (Sector of Rimouski) (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
This urban park plays host to numerous cultural, sporting and outdoor activities. The varied program changes with the seasons. Domestic animals must be kept on a leash.  More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     

Rivière-du-Loup (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
A refreshing breath of greenery in downtown Rivière-du-Loup: 53 hectares (130 acres) of parkland! Meander along miles of trails by the water and through the trees, admire the More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     

Saint-Pascal (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
The 150-metre high Montagne à Coton (cotton mountain) is legendary. All along the trail, you can enjoy rest areas set up at five lookouts, each with a different panoramic view. More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre     

Saint-Donat (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
Just a few minutes from Rimouski, Parc du Mont-Comi has everything an outdoors enthusiast could hope for. During the summer, the centre offers multiple activities: a ride in More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre     

Rivière-du-Loup (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
Located on Pointe de Rivière-du-Loup, on the shores of the St. Lawrence, this enchanting site will have you admiring sunsets that are unique in the world. You will find a hiking More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre     

Rimouski (Sector of Rimouski) (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
This path (5.5 km / 3.4 mi.) runs along salt marshes and ends in a mountainous, wooded area dedicated to Bernard Voyer, who learned the basics of mountaineering at this location. More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre  Accessible for the physically disabled     

Saint-Narcisse-de-Rimouski (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
Thirteen km (8 mi.) of walking trails and 7 km (4.3 mi.) of bike paths offering unique panoramas. Access to Québec's highest suspended bridge, 63 m (207 ft.) in the air. Test More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre     
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