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Parc National de la Pointe-Taillon, Saint-Henri-de-Taillon
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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Le Parc national est un incontournable. Nous y étions un après-midi de pluie, avons longé le lac à pied et visité l'accueil où se trouve une exposition très bien montée permettant de comprendre les or... read more »The national park is a must. We were there a rainy afternoon, have skirted Lake walk and visited the home where an exhibition very well mounted to understand the geological origins of the Lake and the story of the people who built it.show original
Nous avons fait une petite escale à ce parc national pour la première fois. Nous avons commencé notre visite au pavillon de l'accueil où nous avons vu qu'il y avait un rally-gps disponible. Les enfant... read more »We made a short stop at this national park for the first time. We started our tour at the Pavilion of the host where we saw that there was a rally-gps available. The kids like it. We started it but finally gave up pretty quickly. The rally would be better to do by bike or at least it was much too hot (> 30 degrees) to do on foot. We just couldn't wait to have your feet in the Lake! There was still a lot of people on the beach, but a small storm did leave several people. Initially, the water was very quiet, but as a result of the storm, we had very big waves to the delight of children! The beach was very clean and monitor. The beach is still long, so would it be possible to get away a little bit for those who want to be more quiet, but you will be outside the monitored area. From what I could quickly see, this park looks very interesting for lovers of bikes with tens of kms of cycle tracks. It is possible to rent, a repair shop is also available. Beautiful quality of beach, very far from cold water temperature. I questioned me at this time how did several go on the American East Coast to have a beach.show original
Intéressant pour les cyclistes et agréable pour les amateurs de plage. Possibilité de louer des vélos et/ou des embarcations. Peu de possibilités pour les piétons.Interesting for cyclists and nice for beach lovers. Possibility to rent bikes and boats. Few possibilities for pedestrians.show original
This place is amazing. It is well maintained and great facilities all round. If you bring you own bike you will save quite a bit on bike rentals. You get a free bike or hand pulled trailer for the length of your stay, so moving equipment (and small children) around is a breeze, stay for longer, it's worth it.
It was part of my Saint Jean lake tour, and I can say that it was the best part of my trip, it is a wildlife reserve and it is well maintained. Perfect for both, biking and hiking.
We stopped here during a circuit around Lac Saint-John. Nice tracks to do some bicycling.
Annie St-AmourI love this park! Whenever I leave it is with a heart big I thought that next time will be in 1 years :(but good what pleasure of y being has annually :) it is beautiful (although 4 km can be long lol) its still worth it and very nice employees gives us very good service have every time :)show original
Sandra LebreuxSuper network plus with camp accessible only by bike or on foot. Trailers can be provided to hang the bike luggage.show original
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