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La Mauricie National Park

Different works start on July 25 near the Saint-Mathieu Entrance. We suggest that you access the Park by the St-Jean-des-Piles Entrance, to avoid alternating traffic.

A young family picnicking by the Waber falls.

As well as forests of conifers and hardwoods, La Mauricie will treat you to touches of azure: the region has more than 150 lakes of various sizes.

During the day, let the haunting cry of the common loon thrill your spirit. Nearby, pools at the foot of waterfalls invite you to come for a swim.

When evening falls, it's the hooting of the barred owl or the great horned owl that lulls you to sleep.