Forillon National Park of Canada

Discovery Activities

Forillon national park of Canada offers you a vast choice of learning experiences that will help you understand its harmony between man, land and sea. Whenever you plan your visit, either early in the season or late in the Fall, Forillon has something for you from June through mid-October.

Interpretation centre Interpretation centre
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Interpretation Centre: Another View of the Park …

Come visit the Interpretation Centre with its exhibit and documentaries. Here, you will discover the true nature of Forillon and its wildlife, plants, geology and surprising human history. When you leave, you will see the park from a entirely different perspective!

Hyman & Sons General Store and warehouse Hyman & Sons General Store and warehouse
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Hyman & Sons, a Store at the Heart of the Village

At Hyman & Sons General Store and warehouse, you will see how important the cod fishery was to the Gaspé and its inhabitants. You will learn about the ties binding companies and fishers, the sometimes trying lives of the latter and the far-reaching scope of international trade spawned by this exceptional marine bounty.

Anse-Blanchette Anse-Blanchette
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Mr. Blanchette's Expecting You ...

Life was not always easy for people living along the coast. At Anse-Blanchette, guides wearing period costumes will show you the essential role fishing played in the lives of these families who chose to settle at land’s end.

Dolbel-Roberts House Dolbel-Roberts House
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Dolbel-Roberts House

Overlooking the Grande-Grave beach, the Dolbel-Roberts House speaks of the cultural contributions of the lives of the busy families who used to work on the beaches and in the harbour. As you contemplate the magnificent view from the porch, it is easy to let your imagination drift off to a time when sea and land were central to daily life.

The exibit Gaspesians from land’s end takes visitors into a universe woven of an impressive diversity of cultures, religions and traditions. It speaks of the cultural contributions of the small communities that inhabited this area at Land’s End and showcases Forillon’s last residents and their heritage at the time the park was created.