|A visit to Port-Daniel Wildlife Reserve is like a trip back to nature in a land of contrasts. Created in 1948 to protect the salmon of Port-Daniel River, the wildlife reserve is located a few kilometers from its namesake municipality. With its 65 km² of lakes, rivers and spectacular valleys, the reserve casts a spell on all who visit. |
The municipality of Port-Daniel, the gateway to the reserve, faces a magnificent bay where fishermen and explorers of old would take shelter in inclement weather. Here, animal and plant life flourish where the waters of the Port-Daniel River empty into the sea.
Visitors traveling to the wildlife reserve cross a rugged landscape of headlands and capes sheltering small coves–an enjoyable way to get back in touch with our natural environment. A visit to Port-Daniel Wildlife Reserve is an invitation to relax in a little corner of paradise where nature generously shares some of her secrets and mysteries.
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1 800 665-6527 (Canada, USA)
May 31 - October 13 (Approximate dates)
Body of water. Children's playground. Cycling. Fishing. Hiking (5 km). Hunting. Plant life observation. Kayaking. Rowboats. Wildlife observation. Other activities
Black bear. Moose. Ruffed grouse. White-tailed deer
Atlantic salmon. Brook trout
Kind of fishing
Daily. Fly fishing
Boutique / Sales counter. Cabin accommodations. Camping accommodation. Convenience store. Lodging on the premises. Panoramic view / lookout. Shelter-accommodation. Other services
Kayaks. Rowboats. Turn-Key camping. Other nautical craft or equipement
Free outdoor parking.
Restaurant and food services
BBQ available. Picnic area